SOUTHAMPTON FRESH AIR HOME KICKED OFF ITS 113TH CAMPER SEASON
WITH THE 22nd ANNUAL DECORATORS-DESIGNERS-DEALERS (DDD)
SALE and AUCTION BENEFIT GALA
SATURDAY, JUNE 7th, 2014
The 22nd annual Decorators-Designers-Dealers Sale and Auction Benefit Gala, to benefit the Southampton Fresh Air Home’s 113th year of camp for physically challenged children,is the highly anticipated opening fundraising party of the summer season. The DDD featured live, silent and wine auctions and an extraordinary home furnishings and antiques sale. The Auctions featured items from top names in fashion, jewelry, travel, fine dining, entertainment, sports, health and beauty. The Wine Auction had a selection that could rival the best of any private collection. The fabulous furniture sale showcased choice and rare antiques, gently used and new home furnishings—designer furniture, lamps, paintings, framed prints, fabrics, decorative accessories and much, much more.
For over two decades, guests from Manhattan, Connecticut, Palm Beach and the Hamptons have lined up way in advance to have first choice of these extraordinary treasures, beautifully staged by our design team, and offered at amazing prices.
Raya Keis Knight was Honorary Chairman; Charlotte Bonstrom Assaf and Sarah Senbahar were Co-Chairmen; Nicole Miller and Silke Tsitiridis were Auction Co-Chairmen; Ide Dangoor and Lora Schiavetta were Auction Vice Chairmen; Ann R. Grimm was Design & Decoration Chairman; Tish Bliss and Christl Meszkat were Design & Decoration Co-Chairmen; Mary Beatty, Peri Bogert, Maria del Rio, Jane J. Fear and Traudl Geraghty were Design and Decoration Vice Chairmen; Gary P. Crain, Christie Hansen and James Alan Smith were Designers Committee Chairmen.
The D-D-D took place at the Southampton Fresh Air Home, 36 Barkers Island Road, Southampton, New York on Saturday, June 7, 2014, starting with a 5:00 p.m. preview for benefactor patrons. Auctions opened at 5:30 p.m. The event closed at 8:30 p.m.
The DDD raises approximately 40% of the Southampton Fresh Air Home’s annual operating budget. Founded in 1901, the Southampton Fresh Air Home, a 501(C)(3) charitable organization, is a not-for-profit residential camp for physically challenged youth. Our mission is to provide an enriching, recreational camping experience. We are committed to helping our campers develop physically, emotionally, and educationally, with the goal of fostering self-esteem, maturity and independence through a broadly balanced program, while providing their families with a well-deserved respite. This organization is dedicated to improving and expanding its programs and facilities as new opportunities, technology and financial support become available. To meet our campers and learn more about this extraordinary place, please go to www.sfah.org.