The Blacks’ Annual Gala 2012 raises money to support and mentor at-risk youth.
WHEN: March 24, 2012 from 7 pm-1 am.
WHERE: The Sparkle Room of the Fountainebleau Hotel on Collins in Miami Florida
The Black’s annual gala is Miami’s top charity event held on March 24, 2012 at the Fontainebleau. The event will kick off with celebrity red carpet arrivals, a cocktail reception with auction items and luxury couture shopping. There will be a four course gourmet dinner with extraordinary performances by Tony Bennett and Quenn Latifah.
The 18th annual charity gala presented by Roy and Lea Black for the benefit of The Consequences Charity, Foundation and a host of other philanthropic endeavors including: The Consequences Charity, Educate Tomorrow and the I Have a Dream Foundation. The annual event always has celebrity entertainment with extraordinary trips and auction items. Miami’s community leaders, icons and international jet setters usually attend the event.
“Lea Black developed the concept for The Blacks’ Annual Gala and The Consequences Charity 15 years ago, dedicating herself to working tirelessly to raise awareness, support and financial resources for children in need. Believing that education was a more suitable alternative than jail for at-risk youth headed in that direction, Lea set out to make a difference and became a “fundraising phenomena” vowing to keep kids out of jail, get them educated and keep them safe. She is revered for her ability to inspire and motivate people to help these kids, the organizations that support them and challenges all of her donors, staff and volunteers to make an impact in their community, beginning one child at a time. Lea believes that one action equals a consequence and that can change a life.”
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