Part The Cloud Gala Benefitting Alzheimer’s Association at a private residence in Woodside, CA (Photo – Jana Asenbrennerova for Drew Altizer Photography)

Michaela “Mikey” Hoag’s biennial Part the Cloud gala drew big names, including Steph Curry, Netflix founder Reed Hastings, and venture capitalist Vinod Khosla, and raised big money: $33 million and counting for the Alzheimer’s Association research program.

Event founder Mikey Hoag and co-chairs Heather Pietsch and Stephanie Harman (Photo – Drew Altizer)
Reed Hastings and Vinod Khosla (Photo – Drew Altizer)
Ayesha Curry and Steph Curry (Photo – Drew Altizer)
Steve Bono and Tina Bono (Photo – Drew Altizer)
Dave Mooring, Lisa Mooring, Anne Lawler and Ken Lawler (Photo – Jana Asenbrennerova for Drew Altizer Photography)
Lisa Goldman and Sako Fisher (Photo – Drew Altizer Photography)
Margot Kerr and Steve Kerr (Photo – Drew Altizer)
Andy Grammer (Photo – Jana Asenbrennerova for Drew Altizer Photography)

The total included pledges made for 2020’s event (postponed due to the pandemic) and for the rescheduled event held in October at a private home in Woodside. Tech mogul and philanthropist Bill Gates, who like Hoag had a parent afflicted by the disease, raised $10 million for the charity.

Emceed by CNBC’s TechCheck co-anchor Deirdre Bosa, the evening also featured a performance by singer Andy Grammer.

Part The Cloud Gala Benefitting Alzheimer’s Association in Woodside, CA (Photo – Jana Asenbrennerova for Drew Altizer Photography)
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