Haute 100 Miami: Michael Capponi Threw a Sundance Bash For a Good Cause

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Apparently, Sundance isn’t only about watching indie films. Several celebrities and other attendees at Park City, Utah’s Sundance Film Festival took a break from the numerous film screenings and spent some time giving back last weekend. On Sunday, Michael Capponi threw a Sundance bash for a good cause.

Actress and model Brooklyn Decker hosted celebrities and festival goers alike at the Cards for Humanity Game Night presented by InList, a mobile nightlife app. The event was a Blackjack fundraiser which raised awareness and funds for EMI Haiti. Decker, who recently visited Haiti and has grown passionate about the cause, devoted her time organizing the event.

The famous card slingers losing their money for a good cause include, actor James Marsden, Peter Sarsgaard, Danny Masterson, Kellan Lutz, model Hanna Mayeda, and InList app founders Michael Capponi and Gideon Kimbrell. Decker urged participants to keep buying in, and the event stretched into the wee hours of the morning with Kellan Lutz proving to be the most crafty card player.

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