News & Politics

SAME DATE: Thursday, May 2nd
NEW PLACE: P.S. 41,116 West 11th Street, Auditorium
NEW TIME: 6:30 p.m.

Join the Lupus Foundation of America and thousands of walkers on May 18th, to raise money for lupus research, increase awareness of lupus, and rally public support for the estimated 1.5 million Americans who suffer from its brutal impact.


The Olevolos Project is a non-profit organization that provides educational opportunities to disadvantaged young people in Tanzania. Funds raised from the May 11th 2013 Benefit Brunch will go towards the Olevolos Project's Scholarship Program that support the educational and affiliated needs of disadvantaged and orphaned students from the Olevolos Village. 


May 11th is sure to be a fun day with lots of amazing artists, jewelers and crafters specializing in all things handmade. What’s even better is that a portion of the proceeds fo to the Museum School in Chelsea. The entire school community will be involved in making this a very special day!


Spend Mother's Day this May 12, honoring women and celebrating the accomplishments of those who have survived Domestic Violence and are making a difference in the world.


Imagine you’re on a lit-up Broadway stage—now get ready to sing and dance with real Broadway all-stars. On April 28th join Leslie Stifelman, musical director/conductor of Chicago: The Musical, and host and composer, Thomas Cabaniss in guiding the audience through the show-stopping, electrifying numbers of your most beloved Broadway musicals including Hair, West Side Story, Rent, and Les Misérables.


While affordable housing is a hot-button issue in many communities, nowhere is it more critical than downtown Manhattan. The numbers are frightening unless you’re a landlord.

Councilmember Margaret Chin was elected, in part, for her housing activism – as she had demonstrated in her primary constituency of Chinatown– to protect rent-regulated tenants.

Council Speaker Christine Quinn’s work has benefitted the community with her advocacy - supporting tenant rights in the face of landlord abuse and harassment.


Join WITS (Wellness in the Schools) at their annual fundraiser on April 23rd, to support healthy eating, environmental awareness and fitness as a way of life for kids in NYC public schools. WITS inspires healthy eating, environmental awareness and fitness as a way of life for kids in public schools across the country.


Satisfy your sweet tooth on April 21st, with an afternoon of desserts and drinks to raise awareness and funds for Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) and support the national non-profit's mission of providing scholarships, education, and career opportunities in the culinary arts to disadvantaged youth. 100% of the proceeds raised at this event will go to C-CAP. 


Please join event sponsor Call to Action - New York and Alex Gibney on April 11th, to support the important work of Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP).


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