December 10, 2012 03:00 PM by Veronica Dudo
After spending the summer at the Jersey shore, Pauly D and the rest of the cast of MTV’s hit reality series, Jersey Shore have been aiding those in need in the aftermath of super-storm Sandy. Over the weekend, the DJ hosted a benefit performance, Spinning for the Shore, at The Pool After Dark in Atlantic City. DJ Pauly D announced that he will donate his evening’s paycheck to the Architecture For Humanity Fund with The Pool After Dark matching his donation! Keep reading to find out which fellow castmate joined him for the event!
After Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc on the Jersey Shore and New York, many celebrities have donated their time, energy and money to help those in need. Pauly D is no exception. The Rhode Island native looks at the Jersey shore as his second home and recently hosted a special benefit performance at Harrah’s Resort’s nightclub, The Pool After Dark. In turn, The Pool After Dark will match his donation for the Architecture For Humanity Fund. Pauly D became a resident DJ at The Pool After Dark in February 2012.
Vinny Guadagnino also joined Pauly D for the benefit. The group drank Pauly D’s “RTD” Remix Cocktails along with Belvedere and Patron. In true Pauly D fashion, he sprayed champagne all over the crowed and on his friend Big Jerry, who was celebrating his birthday. The crowd sang “Happy Birthday” to Big Jerry and he was presented with a huge M&M birthday cake. MTV’s Sway Calloway also attended the benefit to support the Hurricane Sandy relief event.
Architecture For Humanity is a nonprofit design services firm aimed to build a more sustainable future through the power of professional design. The organization brings design, construction and development services where they are most critically needed.
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