The Party List: Our Top NYC Charity Events for June
S.L.E. Lupus Foundation Young Leadership Committee’s Night for the Fight
Date: June 04
Location: Hudson Terrace, 621 W 46th St
Join the S.L.E. Lupus Foundation’s Young Leadership committee for the annual “Night for the Fight” party for the fight against lupus. Be among the more than 250 influential young professionals gathered at Hudson Terrace, one of New York’s trendiest event spaces for the annual event. It’s the most fun you can have fighting lupus!
Real Women on the REEL
Date: June 05
Location: The Cutting Room, 44 East 32nd St
A cocktail party celebrating the premier of a short film that highlights the stories of New York City women who have overcome difficult circumstances to gain confidence and navigate New York’s dynamic job market.
Educational Alliance Young Professionals
Date: June 06
Location: 344 East 14th st
Join the 2nd Annual Event of the Educational Alliance Young Professionals: the Educational Alliance’s division for individuals in their 20s, 30s, and 40s who want to change lives in downtown Manhattan. Admission includes complimentary beer and wine, hors d’oeuvres, and music on the beautiful rooftop of the Educational Alliance’s 14th Street Y.
Jola House Liberia Women’s Empowerment Benefit
Date: June 08
Location: 48 Lounge, 1221 Avenue of the Americas
Join the Jola House Liberia Women Empowerment Benefit. Jola House is a social enterprise that empowers women by teaching them how to design and sew, while providing income and employment opportunities for them.
Hearing Health Foundation Summer Soiree
Date: June 11
Location: Boat Basin, West 79th st
Hearing Health Foundation’s National Junior Board will host its summer kick-off party to raise funds for a cure for hearing loss. The festivities will include: BBQ dinner, beer & wine, drink specials, Artisanal S’mores by S’mores & More, silent auction and raffle with prizes including Caribbean trips, sporting tickets, and much more!”
Miss New York City hosts Children’s Miracle Network
Date: June 11
Location: Frames, 550 9th Ave
Enjoy a night of Fun and Philanthropy to benefit Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. TUES, June 11th, from 6-9pm hosted by Miss New York City. Pageantry, Bowling and Open Bar. Sean Lowe, from ABC’s the Bachelor, along with Acacia Courtney, Miss New York City, will help make chronically ill children feel like a “princess for the day”. Celebrities will be applying makeup and pageant crowns on a group of girls from Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. Other noteworthy guests will be attending. Be part of something fabulous and philanthropic. Suggested donation of $20 at the door to benefit the Children’s Miracle Network. For tickets and table reservation, please RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Seeds of Hope Cocktail Soiree
Date: June 11
Location: Bryant Park Grill, 25 West 40th St
The Manhattan Childrens Center (MCC) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit school providing treatment and education to children, between the ages of 3-18, on the autism spectrum. Our school is part of our New York community and serves children from all socioeconomic backgrounds. We will be hosting our Third Annual Cocktail Soiree and Silent Auction on Tuesday, June 11, 2013 at the Bryant Park Grill. The funds raised from this event will be used to provide general operational support for our school program and our “Seeds of Hope Scholarship Fund” which provides educational opportunities for all children with autism.
Donate Eight Spring Cocktail Reception
Date: June 12
Location: Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway
Donate Eight, a non- profit organization founded by members of the New York City Real Estate, Building Management and Building Service community in response to the immediate need to increase organ donation and awareness will hold its first annual “Spring Cocktail Reception” on Wednesday, June 12, 2013 from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at Manhattan’s Gotham Hall located at 1356 Broadway.
BBQ & You
Date: June 18
Location: Southwest Porch at Bryant Park, 41 West 40th st
BBQ & You will raise money and awareness for NYNY’s programs to support students in their career development process
City Harvest’s Generation Harvest
Date: June 19
Location: Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th St
It is Generation Harvest’s biggest fundraising event of the year and is attended by New York City’s young philanthropists and tastemakers. Last year’s event featured restaurants, including Corsino, Ditch Plains, Hecho en Dumbo, The Hurricane Club, L’Artusi, Mile End, Ron Ben-Israel Cakes, and The Stanton Social, attracting more than 600 guests and raising over $230,000 to support City Harvest with feeding New York’s hungry.