A Spring Gala For Good: Coveteur x The Adventure Project

Silent Auction (Photo Credit: Michelle Pomeroy, BellyFire Productions)
Fashion-media brand, Coveteur linked with The Adventure Project   (an incredible organization that raises money through donations to provide the training and tools to help people in developing nations to fight extreme poverty in their communities) for their Spring Gala hosted at New York City’s The Skylark last week for an inspiring and female empowering event. That’s right up our alley here at BELLA so we were excited to report on it.
President and CEO of Coveteur, Warren Webster/The Adventure Project Advisory Board Member (center) (Photo Credit: Michelle Pomeroy, BellyFire Productions)

 

Coveteur, along with 6 other female-founded companies celebrated the 1,000 jobs The Adventure Project has created around the world. Funds raised will help with expansion to create new jobs and reach additional countries. Becky Straw, co-founder and CEO of The Adventure Project explains, “We’re excited to toast the amazing women we’ve employed and announce our vision for what’s ahead.”
1 autographed copy of The Coveteur: Private Spaces, Personal Style in The Adventure Project’s Make Mother’s Day Matter Raffle (Image courtesy of Coveteur)
The event celebrated the 1,000 jobs The Adventure Project has created around the world and raised funds to help with expansion. (Photo Credit: Michelle Pomeroy, BellyFire Productions)

A major highlight of the night was presenting the first ever Coveteur/Adventure Project Award for Philanthropy in Fashion to jewelry designer and Catbird owner, Rony Vardi.

Becky Straw, co-founder and CEO of The Adventure Project with Rony Vardi, Catbird owner who accepted the first ever Coveteur/Adventure Project Award for Philanthropy in Fashion (Photo Credit: Michelle Pomeroy, BellyFire Productions)
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