New Yorkers Give Back
By Arielle Pierre, Markets Media Life
Feeling altruistic? Want to meet like-minded people and have some fun in the process? Read on…
The Wall Street Challenge
Wall Street’s best tennis players will gather for a day-long event in Greenwich, Connecticut this September. The semi-finals and championship matches will be held during the evening where guests will be able to view the match and socialize. Non-tennis related activities for guests include a cocktail party, dinner, live & silent auctions, and dancing.
8th Annual T.E.A.L. Walk/Run Brooklyn NY
Tell every amazing lady (T.E.A.L.), an event hosted by the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund, will host its 8th annual walk/run on Saturday, September 10. So far, the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance has raised $290,000. This event will take place at Brooklyn’s very own Prospect Park Bandshell.
31st Annual Gala of Answer the Call
This Gala supports New York’s police officers, firefighters, first responders, widows, widowers, and their families. The proceeds will go to the families of some of New York’s greatest fallen heroes. Socialize at the Cocktail reception, dinner reception and during after dinner drinks.
St. Jude Wall Street Taste of New York
The Wall Street community has played a very active role in providing awareness and funds towards cancer research. Specifically, Wall Street has raised more than $40 million for the children of St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. This event will take place on November 15 at Guastivino’s. Individual tickets go for $1,000. Guests will be able to socialize and sample food from a variety of New York’s most exquisite chefs.
Donors, spectators, and fans are invited to St. John’s University on June 10-11, 2017 to compete in the Decathlon against other amateur athletes for an admirable cause. Some of the events will include a 400 meter run, football throw, pull ups, and dips. All proceeds will support the Pediatric Oncology Experimental Therapeutics Investigator’s Consortium (POETIC).
A total of £155m has been raised since the first Charity Day in 1993.
Since its inception in 1992, ICAP Charity Day has raised over £150m.
Annual charity bike ride and trail walk for autism research is set for Oct. 2.
The funds will go to 45 charities for Afghan refugees, military veterans, and victims of the Haiti earthquake.
Proceeds go to charities for Afghanistan refugees, U.S. military veterans and Haitian earthquake relief.