14+ Foundation will host its 6th Annual Cocktail Benefit supporting children's education in Africa on Thursday, October 4th.
Please join us for an evening of cocktails, food, conversation and music on October 4th, 2018 at Sony Hall, located at 235 W. 46th Street in Manhattan.
Proceeds from the event will be used to finalize the construction of our newest school project, Mwabwindo School, a primary school opening January 2019, as well as to support the ongoing operations of the recently expanded Chipakata Children’s Academy and 14+ Foundation’s other important community-based projects and programs.
Sony Hall | 235 W. 46th Street
Sony Hall is located in a space that is one of New York’s most celebrated historic venues, previously known as The Diamond Horseshoe. Established in 1938 by theatrical showman and impresario Billy Rose, the Diamond Horseshoe was known for its lavish dinner theaters, and vaudeville-style reviews.
The venue is widely recognized as giving Gene Kelly his start and was celebrated in the 1945 feature film "Billy Rose’s Diamond Horseshoe” starring Betty Grable. “Queen of the Night,” the theater show that became one of the longest running shows in Off-Broadway history, was the space’s most recent occupant. Blue Note and Sony have preserved much of the classic look and feel of the venue with select renovations.
Sony Hall is located at 235 W. 46th Street, between 7th and 8th Avenue. The venue is in close proximity to the 1,2,3, 7 A, C, E, D, F, M N, R, Q, and W trains.