Once again, Quest is proud to feature the leading women who champion and support so many charitable causes. And once again, we’ve chosen to photograph them in white shirts—because, after all, it’s what’s on the inside that truly matters.
Quest highlights young philanthropists and movers and shakers in its April 2019 issue. Read on for more about Will Reeve’s work with the Dana and Christopher Reeve Foundation.
Fashion, as an industry, is notably detrimental to the environment, but these five companies are proving that style and sustainability can go hand-in-hand.
Quest highlights young philanthropists and movers and shakers in its April 2019 issue. Read on for more about Carolina Gonzalez-Bunster’s work with the Walkabout Foundation.
For that person who has everything, consider a gift with meaning, and a handmade touch. Urban Zen founder Donna Karan is teaming up with the International Folk Art Market (IFAM) for a multi-dimensional and multi-cultural holiday marketplace. The holiday collaboration is an exciting evolution in the partnership between IFAM and Urban Zen, which worked together this past summer to highlight a group of artisans at the annual Santa Fe Folk Art Market. Karan has been a huge supporter of IFAM and international artists.
Twenty-five years ago, Evelyn H. Lauder and Dr. Larry Norton recognized the urgent need to eradicate breast cancer. As they sat at the Lauder kitchen table discussing how to achieve their shared dream of a world free of breast cancer, they envisioned the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
The first-ever Save the Children Young Patrons Gala on May 18 is all the buzz among young philanthropists and professionals in New York. Tickets can be purchased at savethechildrenypgala.com.