NEW YORK, Oct. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- On Oct. 23rd, the fashion and corporate worlds will join Hazelden in honoring Stephen I. Sadove, Chairman and CEO of Saks Fifth Avenue, at "Fresh Start," Hazelden's New York Awards Dinner to Benefit programs for Youth and Families, which will take place at The Pierre Grand Ballroom. Bill Moyers will host the evening, which will feature a performance by Judy Collins. The event, which is sold out, is expected to raise more than $1 million, with proceeds going to help Hazelden expand its capacity on the East Coast to treat more youth addicted to alcohol and other drugs, help them find recovery, and give them a fresh start.
Sadove will receive the William D. Hassett Distinguished Leadership Award for his philanthropy and community leadership in supporting addiction treatment and prevention programs.
"We are honored to recognize and celebrate Steve Sadove, who has been steadfast in his support of Hazelden and those struggling with the disease of addiction," said Ellen Breyer, Hazelden President and CEO. "Steve is not only an extraordinary business leader, he is a compassionate individual dedicated to helping others, and we are fortunate that he is part of the Hazelden family."
Sue and Jim Cusack, founders of Veritas Villa, will accept Hazelden's Distinguished Service Award, which recognizes those who have encouraged others to seek treatment and for supporting the community in addressing and handling addiction as a controllable disease.
The event's Honorary Chair is the Honorable Paul A. Volcker and the Dinner Chair for the evening is Ronald L. Frasch, President and Chief Merchandising Officer, Saks Fifth Avenue. Co-Chairs for the event are Peter R. Dolan, Marvin H. Koslow, Lawrence Kudlow, Jack Leslie and Thomas J. Schwarz. Patron Committee Co-Chairs are Margaret B. Hassett and Judith Davidson Moyers.
The Fashion Committee for the event includes: Robert Ackerman,
Ermenegildo Zegna; Mark Badgley, Badgl
|SOURCE The Hazelden Foundation|
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