Children’s Health Fund Presents a Hamilton Experience Featuring Stars from the Hit Show Hamilton

Children’s Health Fund is pleased to announce their upcoming fundraising event, a Hamilton Experience, which will feature stars from the Tony Award-winning musical Hamilton, on November 8 at 6 pm at TAO Downtown in New York City. The event will help raise funds to ensure that children from under-resourced communities across the country have access to the healthcare they need to thrive.

The evening will feature the incredible talent of Chris Lee, who played Marquis de Lafayette & Thomas Jefferson in Hamilton from 2016-2018. An actor, singer, dancer, and musician, Lee’s credits include roles in Legacies and The Chi, among other television shows. He writes and performs his own music and released albums and singles in recent years. Lee will be joined by the equally talented Miguel Cervantes, currently in the title role at the Richard Rogers Theater. Cervantes is also known for his role as Hamilton in the production at the Chicago PrivateBank Theater. Cervantes has acted on Broadway in If/Then, American Idiot, 25th Annual…Spelling Bee, and many others. Additional cast members will be announced shortly.

Attending are several notable actors and influencers. That includes Amirah Vann, Katelyn Ohashi, and Matilda Szydagis.

Actress Amirah Vann is well known for her role as Tegan Price on ABC’s How to Get Away With Murder, and who was nominated for a NAACP Image Award for her role as Ernestine on Underground. Amirah Vann has collaborated with Children’s Health Fund in the past to promote children’s health.

Katelyn Ohashi is a viral sensation, national champion gymnast, and activist. Katelyn is currently touring with Simone Biles on the Gold Over America Tour.

Matilda Szydagis is a New York-based actress and filmmaker originally from Chicago. She currently plays Zelda on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel with past work that includes The Nanny Diaries and The Sopranos.

We are thrilled that our supporters can partake in this unique experience in person. It’s been too long since we’ve been able to enjoy each other’s company and the funds raised through this event are more critical than ever,” said Arturo Brito, MD, MPH, president and CEO of Children’s Health Fund.

In addition to the show, attendees will be served Pan-Asian delicacies curated by the chef of TAO Downtown for this special occasion.

Tickets and additional information are available at The event takes place at the iconic TAO Downtown, 92 9th Avenue, New York, on the corner of 9th Avenue.

About the Children’s Health Fund

Children’s Health Fund is committed to ensuring access to quality healthcare for children living in some of the United States’ most under-resourced communities. We acknowledge the role that racism and systems of oppression play in shaping health inequities; we support programs that bring comprehensive healthcare directly to children where they live, learn, and play; we partner with schools to create a supportive school environment to decrease health barriers to learning, chronic absenteeism, and the impact of trauma for children; and we work to improve the quality of life for families through policy and advocacy efforts that address systemic racism and drive systems change. In times of emergency, Children’s Health Fund mobilizes to ensure partners have the resources and tools to provide care to those most in need. Collectively, these efforts help to advance health equity. We support 25 programs that comprise a National Network of community health and educational partners located in 15 states, Puerto Rico, and Washington, D.C.

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