Celebs Enliven the "Very Hot Pink Party"



Ashley Judd, Ivanka Trump, Carmen Marc Valvo and Donna Karan were just some of the celebs to join The Breast Cancer research Foundation (BCRF)

Ashley Judd, Ivanka Trump, Carmen Marc Valvo and Donna Karan were just some notable figures that do care about their society. They were all, besides join The Breast Cancer research Foundation (BCRF), also have enliven "The Very Hot Pink Party" held April 10th, 2006 at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City.

Over 1000 supporters attending the crucial event were treated with performance by Tony Bennett and a guest appearance by Sir Elton John. In addition to all, there was also Hollywood actress Elizabeth Hurley who served as Mistress of Ceremonies.

Just for you to know, BCRF is a non-profit organization found in 1993 by Evelyn H. Lauder and has ever since been named one of America's top eight charities by Money magazine and in October 2005, the organization donated $22 million to 110 research clinics around the world.

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