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Harboring Hearts’ Summer Fete With DJ Samantha Ronson

Originally Posted: August 16, 2011

Heart patient Kayla Trolle and her mother Stephanie Trolle. (Courtesy Photo: Sunny Norton)

Yuki Kotani, Samantha Ronson and Michelle Javian. (Courtesy Photo: Sunny Norton)

Southampton - Harboring Hearts co-founders Michelle Javian and Yuki Kotani hosted a Summer Fete at The Capri Hotel in Southampton on Saturday, August 13, 2011. The night raised over $50,000 and was underwritten by The Phoenix Foundation.

Over 250 guests turned out to support the charity's efforts to provide heart patients and their families with support through a home-like haven and a nurturing community of resources. Samantha Ronson provided the soundtrack for the night as guests including Lisa Morse, Joel Warren of Warren Tricomi, Christine Grace, Nobu co-owner Richie Notar, ZocDoc.com founder Cyrus Massoumi, Roc Nation's Rich Kleiman, Phoenix Partners Group CEO Nicholas Stephan and Joanna Pallante enjoyed poolside cocktails by Moet Hennessey and Sushi by Nobu.

The Summer Fete also featured a live auction where partygoers bid on priceless experiences including passes to Douglas Hannant's upcoming PINK collection fashion show in September, tickets to "Book of Mormon," Giants tickets and two nights at The Plaza. Guests who made an additional donation at the event also received $50 gift certificates to Airbnb.com.

Harboring Hearts Housing Foundation is dedicated to providing housing and a support system for patients and caregivers hospitalized for heart-related diseases in the New York City area.

Rebecca Geis and Joanna Pallante. (Courtesy Photo: Sunny Norton)

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