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Art For Life Auction Offers Vegan Dinner With Bill Clinton And Russell Simmons

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aflx_evite_76-final-368x1024Russell Simmons’ extraordinary Art For Life Garden Benefit Party is just around the corner, and to celebrate 10 glorious years of philanthropy, the man with the plan is holding a mega luxurious online auction with some killer prizes.

The benefit party is one of the most anticipated events of the year and helps raise money for Simmons’ Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation — an organization started by Simmons to connect disadvantaged youth with art programs.

The online auction includes a slew of extra special experiences, including a chance to join an intimate (vegan) dinner with Bill Clinton at Simmons’ private residence in New York on July 20. Other items include the chance to meet Deepak Chopra and Ice T, yoga lessons with Simmons, meet-and-greets with Third Eye Blind and Fall Out Boy, exclusive tickets to Coldplay, and much more.

The Art For Life Garden Benefit Party will be held on July 18th and will feature an extraordinary vegan dinner prepared by world famous chef Tom Colicchio. 

To learn more about this amazing event visit RushPhilanthropic.org!  To take part in the online auction, stop by ArtForLifeHamptons.com!

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