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Benefits were also held for God’s Love We Deliver and the Frick Collection.,

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Robin Hood, the big kahuna of charity dinners, raised $77.5 million to fight poverty in New York City; the Oct. 20 gala drew 2,400 people to the Javits Center, including Wall Street titans, celebrities, politicians and philanthropists. God’s Love We Deliver, which provides meals to New Yorkers living with severe or chronic illness, honored Don Lemon and Billy Porter at its annual dinner on Oct. 18 at the Glasshouse. Also on Oct, 18, the Frick Collection honored Ronald S. Lauder at its autumn dinner at the Metropolitan Club.

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From left: Justin Tuck, Roger Goodell, Elizabeth Strople and Eli Manning.Credit…Krista Schlueter for The New York Times
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Serena Williams, left, and Diana Taylor chatted at dinner.Credit…Krista Schlueter for The New York Times
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Wes Moore and Richard R. Buery Jr., right, the new chief executive of Robin Hood.Credit…Krista Schlueter for The New York Times

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At the God’s Love We Deliver gala on Oct. 18: Dionne Warwick performed. Credit…Nina Westervelt for The New York Times
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Michael Kors and Anna Wintour.Credit…Nina Westervelt for The New York Times
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Cyndi Lauper also performed.Credit…Nina Westervelt for The New York Times
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Jane Krakowski, center left, with singers from the Broadway Inspirational Voices.Credit…Nina Westervelt for The New York Times

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The Frick Collection held its autumn dinner on Oct. 18 at the Metropolitan Club.Credit…Krista Schlueter for The New York Times
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From left: Glenn Lowry, Susan Lowry, Agnes Gund and Colin B. Bailey.Credit…Krista Schlueter for The New York Times
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From left: Ian Wardropper, Betty Eveillard and Ronald S. Lauder, who was honored.Credit…Krista Schlueter for The New York Times
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