The Ms. Foundation for Women announces gala after party: Gloria Steinem, Janet Mock and other celebrities to attend

NEW YORK, NY – The Ms. Foundation for Women announced its first-ever Gloria Awards After Party, to follow its annual gala. Billed as the “after party of the year,” the event is hosted by blogger Luvvie Ajayi (Awesomely Luvvie) and will include appearances by iconic feminist Gloria Steinem and author and activist Janet Mock.

WHO:               Fabulous feminists, including Gloria Steinem, Janet Mock, Luvie Ajayi, and Teresa C. Younger

WHAT:             Ms. Foundation for Women Gala After Party

WHEN:             Monday, May 11, 2015

                        9:00 to 11:30 PM

WHERE:          Pierre Hotel

                        2 East 61st Street (at 5th Avenue)

                        New York, NY 10065

The After Party follows the foundation’s annual fundraising gala. With a more affordable ticket price than the gala ($75 in advance and $100 at the door), the After Party allows more people to support the foundation’s work and meet leading feminists like Ms. Foundation President and CEO Teresa C. Younger and founding mother Gloria Steinem. The event will feature DJ Brenda Black, dancing, an interactive photo booth, open bar, chocolates by sweetriot, a fantastic raffle, giveaways, and a chance to learn more about the Foundation’s leading fight for women’s rights.

“The After Party is part celebration, part networking event,” said Younger. “It’s a chance for feminists of different ages and walks of life to come together.”

Tickets to the After Party can be purchased in advance online for $75 and at the door for $100. For more information or to purchase tickets: Sponsorship has been generously provided by Butter & Scotch, City Lights Publishers, COLORS Restaurant, Dosha Pops, Early Bird Food & Co., the Feminist Press, Goodie Girl Cookies, Hot Bread Kitchen, Michael Stars Inc., Monster Cycle, New Leaders Council, Raaka Chocolate, Rad American Women A-Z, sweetriot, Spark, Square Root Creative, ‘the class’ and Danka Panka.


For over 40 years, the Ms. Foundation for Women has secured women’s rights and freedoms with a special commitment to building the power of low-income, immigrant and women of color. The foundation invests funds, time, expertise and training in trailblazing organizations nationwide.