The Paradise Fund, a Palm Beach-based charity with chapters now in New York and LA created by Christopher DiSchino, Kent Anderson and Loy Anderson lll is hosting a 1950’s Havana-inspired party. The event will take place at William Dean’s sprawling waterfront Miami Beach estate, Terra Veritatis. The gala’s co-host is Haute Lister Michael Capponi, whose company built the estate and who also created the Haiti Empowerment Mission. The event aims to capture the essence of Cuba’s glory days with live music, mojitos and freshly rolled cigars. Proceeds will benefit the foundation’s Children’s Relief Program, helping disadvantaged children in Haiti by providing tools for a better life. Tickets to the gala are on sale to the public for $150 per person and will be available at the door on the night of the event. For ticket sales and additional information, please visit:www.theparadisefund.com/events. Corporate sponsorships begin at $1,000.