New York City socialite and philanthropist Andres Santo Domingo was featured in The New York Times for his involvement with Conservation International. The non-profit organization’s mission is to protect nature and its biodiversity, for the benefit of humanity. The organization has helped protect more than 260 million acres of land and sea since 1987.
Mr. Santo Domingo donates to the organization and helps organize fund-raisers. Andres Santo Domingo and his wife Lauren were on the host committees of Conservation International’s 25th Anniversary Event to establish the Institute for Environmental Sustainability and Peace Exhibit. They’ve also helped with Christie’s Green Auction to benefit Conservation International.
Mr. Santo Domingo is a supporter of a number of charitable organizations including serving as a co-chair with his wife of the gala to benefit DKMS, an organization whose mission is to save lives by recruiting bone marrow donors for blood cancer patients. The couple have supported and helped The Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, the MoMA’s Costume Institute Event, the Urban Hoedown to benefit the Art Production Fund, the Second Annual Spring Soiree to benefit the Fortune Society, Oceans, the Natural Resources Defense Council, and the Central Park Conservancy.
Lauren Santo Domingo has also co-chaired the Young Fellows Ball and served on a committee for New Yorkers for Children galas. She is also on the committee for the Met Costume Institute Gala.