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June 2017
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2017 NYC 5K SCHLEP: Breast and Ovarian Cancer Run / Walk

June 4 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

The NYC 5K SCHLEP: Breast and Ovarian Cancer Run / Walk is a certified 5K that brings together hundreds of participants from the New York tri-state area, ranging in age from 6 - 90 years old, bound together in solidarity to raise the hopes of those battling breast and ovarian cancer as well as awareness and funds to help further research and treatment. The NYC 5K SCHLEP Run / Walk benefits a BRCA Multidisciplinary Clinic to serve women at high risk of breast and ovarian cancer and funds research to find cures for breast and ovarian cancers. The NYC 5k SCHLEP Run / Walk also supports studies in connection to BRCA mutation carriers. The event raises over $150,000 annually. Register yourself or create your team…

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“Forget-Me-Not” Gala” hosted by CaringKind

June 5 @ 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Members of New York City’s philanthropic, business, health care and Alzheimer’s communities will join forces on Monday, June 5, 2017 at The Pierre, at the annual “Forget-Me-Not” Gala” hosted by CaringKind, (formerly known as the Alzheimer’s Association, NYC Chapter). CaringKind has been NYC’s leading expert in delivering programs and resources for individuals and families affected by a dementia diagnosis for over three decades. The event is expected to raise $2 million. The fundraiser will be chaired by Fred Hassan, Partner & Managing Director, Warburg Pincus LLC. Honored at this year’s Gala with the Corporate Leadership Award will be Allergan, for its longstanding partnership and generous support of CaringKind. Accepting the award will be Brent Saunders, CEO and President. CaringKind, will also honor its longest-serving Board…

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$250

An Evening of Operatic Cocktails for the Benefit of Time In!

June 6 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

You are invited to an intimate evening of Operatic Cocktails for the benefit of The Time In Children's Art Initiative on Tuesday, June 6th at Pace Gallery (537 West 24th Street) from 6:30pm-8:30pm. This spectacular night of music will feature The Metropolitan Opera Soprano, Janai Brugger, The Metropolitan Opera Pianist, Yelena Kurdina & Time In's Founder & Executive Director, Soprano, Cyndie Berthezene! All proceeds support The Time In Children's Art Initiative in its quest for equality, opportunity and access to the arts and through the arts for some of NYC's youngest and most at-risk public elementary school children! For more information, e-mail director@Timeinkids.org

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$250 - $500

The Floating Hospital’s 8th Annual Summer Soirée

June 12 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Come one, come all! The Floating Hospital is kicking off its next 150 years with its 8th Annual Summer Soirée. Enjoy great food from Abigail Kirsch, amazing raffles, Coney Island-style boardwalk games, and entertainment by Duke Ellington Legacy. Join us in helping raise funds to continue giving NYC families living in family homeless shelters and domestic violence safe houses access to compassionate and comprehensive medical, dental and mental healthcare. For more information, visit our event page here: www.thefloatinghospital.org/soiree/

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Riesling Without Borders – A Noble Grape for Noble Causes

June 14 @ 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Please join us on Wednesday June 14th for the 2nd annual Riesling Without Borders Grand Tasting and Dinner at the Golden Unicorn Restaurant in Manhattan featuring over 175 Rieslings from around the world to benefit Wheeling Forward. We will celebrate and explore the diversity of Riesling styles from dry to sweet. Riesling is the world’s most noble grape and truly transmits a sense of place. The goal of this Riesling Without Borders event is to raise funds for Wheeling Forward’s disability programs that help those with Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) and are wheelchair dependent. This year we will have a walk-around tasting followed by a sit-down dinner, pairing a wide array of Rieslings with the flair of Golden Unicorn’s Cantonese cuisine! Please help us support…

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$150

Dream Big: An Evening Dedicated to Fulfilling Dreams of Education and Opportunity for East African Students

June 14 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

On June 14 in NYC, the African Dream Initiative (“ADI”) will proudly present Dream Big, a fundraiser in celebration of ADI’s mission to develop future African leaders by empowering forgotten yet high-potential children in East Africa through education, leadership, and support. ADI is excited to launch our “Dream Big Award” at this year’s event, to honor a notable person who exemplifies excellence in leadership, has had a positive impact in East African communities, and can serve as an inspiration to all ADI students. Our inaugural award will go to Phiona Mutesi, the Ugandan chess champion and real-life inspiration for the 2016 Disney film, Queen of Katwe, starring Oscar-award winner Lupita Nyong’o. The law firm, Chadbourne & Parke LLP, will host the event in their midtown…

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$125

“LOVE CURES™…A Benefit Of Healing For The Abused Child‘s Soul”, starring, BroadwayWorld Award Winner, Julie Budd

June 26 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Join International Recording Artist/Broadway Performer, Julie Budd and renowned Tony Award and Drama Desk Award winner, Wayne Cilento, a cast of Broadway Performers and Recording Artists, including the Young People's Chorus of NYC, for an evening of Inspiration, Illumination, Healing and LOVE, channeled through song, music and shared experiences to benefit the New York Center For Children for The Healing Of The Abused Child's Soul. 100% of all the net proceeds of ticket sales will go to The New York Center For Children for the treatment and healing of abused children. The NYCC is the only treatment center to deliver personalized therapies to abused children, for free, for as long as they need. The NYCC has never turned a child in need away, has never…

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FAILURE by Laura Peterson Choreography

June 29 @ 8:00 pm - July 1 @ 9:30 pm

What is failure, and how do we deal with it – as individuals, and as communities? In the new installation/performance FAILURE, choreographer and visual artist Laura Peterson uses the language of dance and sculptural design to probe the national consciousness in the aftermath of 2016 Presidential election. Peterson zeroes in on the overwhelming pressure to compete, which is at the heart of the American way of life. Is a small defeat less devastating than a colossal mistake? What is the real outcome of the “winner takes all?”

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