Bally to Host Charity Music Night for Delete Blood Cancer DKMS in L.A.
Grammy-nominated singer Jazmine Sullivan will perform at the exclusive Beverly Hills event.
Music lovers will surely be in heaven at Bally in Beverly Hills on Tuesday evening, when the heritage Swiss luxury brand hosts a soiree to support DKMS, the world’s largest bone marrow donor center. The charity Delete Blood Cancer is the beneficiary of the festivities, which are hosted by Randy Jackson along with DKMS co-founder Katharina Harf and Bally Americas CEO Claudia Cividino.
The newly opened U.S. flagship store on Rodeo Drive will also see Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Jazmine Sullivan perform for gathered guests. Additionally, there will be exclusive limited-edition red calf leather ($350) or water snake skin ($850) envelope clutches for sale — only 70 were made and all proceeds benefit DKMS.
Purchasing the special clutch is not the only way guests will be able to support DKMS’ initiative to encourage people to become bone marrow donors, which was helped hugely during the organization’s recent NYC gala, featuring a performance by Ariana Grande. During the exclusive cocktail party, 20 percent of all sales will be donated to the cause as well.