Mary Mahoney and Black River Caviar give back to Hope For Depression Foundation through the Holiday Season
Black River Caviar and Worth Avenue’s Mary Mahoney have joined forces to support Hope for Depression Research Foundation this holiday season, following a highly successful kick off for the upcoming inaugural Palm Beach Race of Hope. The kick off event was hosted by HDRF Founder and Chair Audrey Gruss and co-chair Scott Snyder, at Sant Ambroeus on Friday, December 7th.
A festive cocktail for over 200 guests was followed by a by-invitation only dinner for committee members, patrons and sponsors. Once guests were seated, Audrey and Scott welcomed them, thanked them for their support, and introduced the evening’s top sponsor, Graham Gaspard, CEO of Black River Caviar. The guests savored a Black River Caviar sampler of: Tradition Oscietra with toasted brioche and creme fraiche, Royale Oscietra with quail egg and creme fraiche, and Imperial Oscietra on blini and mashed potato, paired with prosecco. Each guest was gifted a mother of pearl caviar spoon and black velvet pouch to take home.
Guests were invited to place orders and promised 50% of proceeds from orders placed that night would be donated to HDRF; Over $8,000 was raised for the cause that evening, and inquiries continue to come in for orders.
Due to the overwhelming response from locals supporting this great cause, Mary Mahoney store on Worth Avenue has offered to donate 25% of proceeds from orders placed to Hope for Depression. “This will make it a whole lot easier for locals to purchase on the spot,” announced Graham Gaspard. The offer is valid through January 27th, the day of the marathon.
These orders can only be placed personally by calling Mary Mahoney at 561.655.8288
SAVE THE DATE January 27th!
Time: Check-in begins at 7:00 am and the Race of Hope begins at 8am
- Meeting Point: The Royal Poinciana Plaza, Palm Beach, NY
- Cost: $40 per adult through Wednesday, January 2; $50 per adult after January 2, $25 per student and $15 per child (9 and under)
- Strollers and dogs welcome
- The Race of Hope raises awareness and funds for urgent depression research
About Hope For Depression Foundation
Audrey Gruss founded HDRF in April 2006 in memory of her mother Hope, who struggled with clinical depression. Today, HDRF is the leading nonprofit organization focused solely on depression research. Over 350 million people annually struggle with depression globally, but despite its prevalence, depression is still misunderstood, underfunded and under-researched. The mission of the HDRF is to fund cutting-edge neuroscience research into the origins, medical diagnosis, new treatments, and prevention of depression and its related mood disorders, including bipolar disorder, postpartum depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety disorder and suicide. To date, HDRF has provided more than $30-million through over 125 grants for accelerated breakthrough depression research that promises to lead to new and better medications and treatments.
Give HOPE this Holiday Season