This past weekend, the 2018 Harlem Haberdashery Masquerade Ball was held at the Riverside Church in Harlem benefiting #TakeCareofHarlem. This was the fifth celebratory year of dining, dancing and drinking for a cause.
The 2018 Honorees were Michael J. Garner, Chief Diversity Officer, MTA and President, 100 Black Men and Bevy Smith, Radio & TV Personality and Founder, Dinner with Bevy. The Ball welcomed up to 400 multi-generational and fashion forward attendees to enjoy: sponsored spirit bars with beer, wine and spirits; several food stations featuring Harlem’s best and brightest restaurants; live music and DJ performance and award presentation. Guests enjoyed cocktail and dining experiences and an interactive photo booth.
#TakeCareofHarlem is a non-profit organization that provides year-round philanthropic programs tackling hunger (#Feed500,) arts education and access (#ArtLivesinHarlem) and youth driven programs (#CoolforSchool). #TakeCareofHarlem proudly provides programming serving the multi-generational neighborhood of Harlem/Upper Manhattan.
Check out photos from the event below.