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3 Tables of 10 guests with prime placement | Event "Presented by" Company Name on all related materials | Premier placement in Event Journal | Verbal Recognition at Event | Social Media Recognition | Logo featured on Event Website | Company recognition on Event Program and Signage
Only 50 available
2 Tables of 10 guests with prime placement | Diamond Page in Event Journal | Verbal Recognition at Event | Social Media Recognition | Logo featured on Event Website | Company recognition on Event Program and Signage
Full page, color ad on either the front inside cover or back inside cover of our 2019 NY Annual Gala Journal. Please send your 7.5" X 10" journal ad as a high-resolution PDF to email@example.com by April 9, 2019.
Why should I provide an email for ticket purchases?
We are 100% committed to the flawless execution of your event. By capturing email addresses during ticket purchase, your guests will receive immediate notification that a ticket has been purchased for them. The email contains pertinent event information which the guest can refer to up to the day of the event and can be used at tax time as a receipt for tax purposes.
Should you prefer not to give online, please click below to download our invitation and giving form. Filled-out forms and checks can be mailed to 250 E 63rd St., Ste. 204, New York, NY 10065. (Please note that paying by check allows us to ensure none of your donation is used to cover credit card transaction fees.)
Providing a chance in life to children since 1945.
Following the horrors of WWII, our founder, Monsignor John Patrick Carroll-Abbing, dedicated his life to serving the orphans left on the streets of Italy. He started Boys' & Girls' Towns of Italy to give "a chance in life" to vulnerable and orphaned children. The young people of these towns were given an education, vocational training, and the opportunity to grow as leaders through our unique model of self-government. Seventy-four years later, A Chance In Life now serves 2,500 children throughout Italy, Ethiopia, and Latin America using this same successful model.