The Dish: lunch, fashion show raises $1.4 M for Greenwich-based BCA
The 2017 Hannah Storm Foundation Celebrity Waiter Night took place Oct. 17 at the New York Athletic Club in New York City. The annual event hosted by ESPN’s Sports Center anchor Hannah Storm featured celebrity guests from the sports and entertainment industry.
Boys and Girls Club of Greenwich, “Dodge for a Cause”
On Monday afternoon members of the Torch Club at the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich, under the leadership of Camryn Ferrara, presented a check for $3,000 to Hannah Storm, ESPN anchor, for the foundation she created, the Hannah Storm Foundation.
Montana girl with rare tumor undergoes surgery in New York City
With her first birthday now just a month away, Sloan McGillis is smiling and happy to be back home in Missoula following a major surgical procedure.
Sloan and her family started 2016 with a trip to New York City, where the 11-month-old girl underwent surgery to remove the vast majority of a benign vascular tumor called a hemangioma that had covered her left cheek since birth.
Inside the Hannah Storm Foundation’s Celebrity Waiter Night fundraiser
As an anchor of ESPN’s SportsCenter, sports is obviously at the top of that list. But she also is dedicated herself to children’s health.
For example, the Hannah Storm Foundation raises awareness and funds surgeries for children around the world living with vascular birthmarks and whose parents cannot afford the cost of surgery.
The foundation held its Celebrity Waiter Night hosted by Storm on Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015, at Manhattan’s New York Athletic Club. Athletes, media professionals and other public figures volunteered as waiters, serving food and drinks to guests.
Hannah Storm and Celebrity Friends Serve Dinner for a Cause
Hannah Storm, with the help of some of her good friends from the world of sports and media, successfully served dinner to a full house of diners on Tuesday, October 8, 2013 at Gabriele’s Italian Steakhouse in Greenwich, Connecticut. The celebrity fundraising event benefited the Hannah Storm Foundation, which provides medical support and education for children and families suffering from vascular birthmarks and their related medical conditions.
2011 ‘Mixing-It-Up’ Fundraiser
Hannah Storm, with the help of some of her good friends from the world of sports and media, successfully “Mixed it Up” to Miami Heat’s D.J. Irie’s soundtrack at the Gerber Group’s Stone Rose Lounge in New York City this past Tuesday evening, September 27, 2011. All enjoyed good eats, a live auction and great tequila from sponsor, Casa Herradura. The celebrity fundraising event benefited the Hannah Storm Foundation, which funds surgeries for children suffering from Vascular Birthmarks and their related medical conditions…
Hannah Storm and Friends Serve Dinner for a Cause
Joining Hannah last night were top professional athletes and media personalities including: tennis legend Chris Evert, ESPN Baseball Analyst and Stamford’s favorite son Bobby Valentine; former New York Giant Amani Toomer, Dan Hicks of NBC Sports; ESPN Football Analyst and coaching legend Mike Ditka; speed skating Olympic gold medalist Dan Jansen, Emcee for the evening, Armen Keteyian, Chief Investigative Correspondent, CBS News; CBS News Weather, Dave Price; ESPN NFL analyst Marcellus Wiley, award-winning newsman Stone Phillips, and ESPN SportsCenter Anchors, Bob Ley, Josh Elliott and John Anderson.