The 4th Annual Flying with The Stars
Tickets will go on Sale in August 2017.
The Perry J. Cohen Foundation, has been chosen as the Philanthropic benefactor of the 4th Annual ‘Flying With The Stars Charity Event’ Presented by Graspa Group. The event will take place October 19,2017 at The Raleigh Hotel, Miami Beach. The evening’s events are sponsored by Graspa Group’s Salumeria 104 & Spuntino Catering, American Airlines, Raleigh Hotel and Art Miami.
The evening will be a prelude to kick off Miami Art Week 2017 and will feature a cocktail reception, live music and a silent auction poolside from 6:00pm – 7:30pm followed at 8:00 seating under the Raleigh’s Oasis Pavilion for a once-in-a-lifetime wine-paired five-course menu curated by Italian Michelin starred Chefs Marcello Trentini (Magorabin), Luigi Pomata (Luigi Pomata Cagliari) and Tommaso Arrigoni (Innocenti Evasioni Mlano).
Lisa Petrillo South Florida’s Premiere Entertainment and Lifestyle Reporter of CBS4 Miami will serve as the Master of Ceremonies for the evening events. The evening will be hosted by Perry’s Parents, Art Miami Owner Nick Korniloff and his wife Pamela Cohen, Graziano Sbroggio, Carlo Donadoni and Angelo Masarin, along with a select Host Committee comprised of South Florida philanthropists, and important business leaders.
The evening’s menu will be a collaboration between rising stars in Italy’s gastronomy world, Chefs Alessandro Dal Degan, Luigi Pomata and Tommaso Arrigoni, and Miami’s own Angelo Masarin, Carlo Donadoni and the Salumeria 104 team. The elegant Raleigh Hotel in Miami Beach promises to be a beautiful and elegant venue to host dozens of internationally renowned and emerging artists along with luxury brands + to donate works which will be sold during a silent and live auction over the course of the evening.
Dinner guests will be also enjoy a live acoustic performance by Rock N’ Roll Hall of Famer and six time Grammy winner, Jason Newsted.
We are accepting sponsorship and donations for the silent auction. For donation and sponsorship information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 305-532-1233.
About The Perry J. Cohen Foundation:
Perry Cohen is a 14-year-old boy who went missing at sea on July 24, 2015. He was last seen leaving the Jupiter, Florida inlet on his good friend’s boat. The United States Coast Guard (USCG) conducted one of the largest Search and Rescue (SAR) missions in modern day history to find Perry and his friend. After an exhaustive eight-day, 55,000 square nautical mile search, the United States Coast Guard (USCG) suspended their efforts at sunset on July 31, 2015.
The Perry J. Cohen Foundation (PJCF) is a 501(c)(3), established by Perry’s mother, Pamela Cohen, and his stepfather, Nicholas Korniloff. The foundation was established to carry on Perry’s legacy and reflect his passions in life, the foundation PJCF is devoted to the advancement of: The ARTS, Environmental, Marine & Wildlife Education and Preservation, Teenage Entrepreneurship, and Boating Safety Education
Because of Perry’s deep love for the sea, a highlight of the foundation’s work will be its annual scholarship program that will recognize deserving students who plan to further their education in the Marine Science and Marine Wildlife fields, as well as the preservation of our coastlines. Perry had recently been accepted into the Environmental Research & Field Studies Academy at Jupiter Community High School. He was one of 30 students chosen out of 500, unfortunately he never got a chance to attend his first class.