Broadway Babe and Celebs Support South Hampton Animal Shelter

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Jean Shafiroff, chair of the event with actor Jack Hartnett

Last Saturday night, my friend Ellen Seifert and I attended the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation’s 12th annual Unconditional Love gala under the tents on Pond Lane in Southampton. It was chaired by socialite and philanthropist Jean Shafiroff and it was a very special event, indeed.

The hurricane that was coming never happened, even though we were told that Southampton was going to be in the eye of the storm. So many of us braved it for this most worthy cause, that I personally support for their tireless and altruistic work.

Randie Levine-Miller and Ellen Seifert, Tomatoes who welcome giving back and supporting excellent causes

Randie with legendary TV talk show host and good pal, Bill Boggs

Randie with billionaire businessman and owner of WABC radio, John Catsimatidis

With author Wendy Diamond who is involved animal rights causes and Michael Zieger.

Elizabeth Shafiroff, daughter of Jean, and a philanthropist in her own right, with fiance Richard Ballard. A delightful young couple.

 

SASF is a nonprofit organization that relies on the generosity of their donors and volunteers to care for homeless animals in its community, and place them in loving, forever homes. The overpopulation of pets on Long Island is a major issue. The shelter provides a steppingstone for animals to find a loving home and offers them housing, food, medical treatment, training, and rehabilitation when necessary. Donations in any amount are welcome.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Randie Levine Miller is Director of Special Events for The Three Tomatoes, and co-produces and hosts the annual Tomatoes Got Talent show. Known around NYC as a modern day “hostess with the mostess, she has performed in and hosted benefits for the Actors Fund, the Actors Temple, Multiple Sclerosis, and Prostate Cancer Research. Randie’s performance venues have included: The Triad, The Metropolitan Room, the Laurie Beechman Theater, and the Friars Club. For many years, she was special events director for the Drama Desk Awards. Randie also had a successful 30-year career as a public relations consultant and handled several major health and medical technology clients.

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