Event Review: (2 Video Clips + Photos)- Our Benefit, Produced by Events Cherished for Autism Quilt Program

Review of our fundraiser that was produced by EVENTS CHERISHED, which benefited our  Gem Project Autism Quilt Program In Partnership with MyGoal,Inc.

Due to the recent funding from varying sponsors, donors, and main producer of our benefit  Events Cherished– we’re on pace of creating 3 quilt portraits! One of the portraits will be renovated, which was recently gifted to Dean Stroye of Rutgers SPAA for the school. Framing for all quilts will be done by Pencil Work Studio.

In May, we delivered a few updates from the day of the event here.

Video info below: Arjun Coom, UK-based artist, flew out to participate in our benefit. He recently featured a tour-clip from his travels: United States, Canada, and New Zealand. You can see our event footage in the very beginning.

Event info: The event took place on Friday, May 11, 2012 at the Solo Event Space in New York, NY.  The benefit was an autism awareness fashion show, which featured clothing by  Cajena Couture  and jewelry by House of Roderick.Performances included artists, UK singer Arjun Coom, and Boston-based singer, Jay-B. Several guests, magazines, and media attended. New England Patriots NFL player, Bret Lockett, is seen in one of the photos below, meeting Arjun Coom
View Photo Collection By: (iland Magazine), (TUR Photography),  (Rameet Singh Photography)

Pre-Setup Clip by select models:

Event Sponsors included: iland Magazine, Amy & Brian Coconut Water, Sahara One, The South Asian Insider, Cajena Couture, House of Roderick, Radio Chili, Hum Hindustani News Weekly, Hum Desi Radio, The Serving Bowl, Zaffron Caterers, Nick Patel Photography, Rameet Singh Photography, TUR Photography, Scarlett 88-DJ, and Events Cherished Event Management.

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