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23 Apr, 2014 | News

2014 Bishop's Humanitarian Award Dinner

On Wednesday, June 4, Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens will host the 2014 Bishop’s Humanitarian Award Dinner at Pier Sixty in Manhattan, a dinner that is held annually for more than 20 years through the generous support of concerned individuals and organizations who champion the Agency's mission on behalf of children, adults, older adults, persons with developmental disabilities and those struggling with mental illness.
The Bishop’s Humanitarian Award is the highest tribute given by Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens. Honorees are selected based on their exemplary commitment to promoting excellence in their lives and throughout the community. Top leaders in New York City have received the Bishop’s Humanitarian Award in the dinner’s history.
At this year’s dinner, the Bishop’s Humanitarian Award will be presented to Anthony Cammarata Jr. Managing Director of Goldman, Sach’s & Co.
Catholic Charities will also be honoring William Traylor, President of the Richman Housing Resources, LLC with the Progress of Peoples Award; and for the first time ever, the Bishop Joseph M. Sullivan Service Award will be presented to John Tynan, Director of Catholic Charities Progress of Peoples Development Corporation. 
Ken Rosato, anchor of WABC-TV’s Eyewitness News, will serve as Master-of-Ceremonies for the evening, and renowned Opera Tenor Christopher Macchio will provide entertainment to the more than 500 guests in attendance. 
In addition to the presentation of the awards, the evening will feature cocktails, dinner and dancing. For more information on the Dinner, including sponsorship opportunities and journal ad placements, contact Mr. Martin Haggerty at 718-722-6099 or at Martin.Haggerty@ccbq.org.
Click here to download and print invite.
 

Click on Sponsorship and/or Ticket Options Below to RSVP: 

Senior Partner ($50,000) 

Two tables of elite seating, a Platinum Sponsor Page journal ad, prominent recognition in the dinner program, and public acknowledgment from the podium.

 

Corporate Partner ($25,000)

One table of elite seating, a Gold Sponsor Page journal ad, and prominent recognition in the dinner program.

 

Sponsor Partner ($15,000)

One table of elite seating, a Silver Sponsor Page journal ad, and prominent recognition in the dinner program.

 

Patron ($10,000)

One table and a white page journal ad.

 

Individual Tickets ($1,000)

 

Junior Supporter* ($250)

*A special courtesy for individuals under 30 years of age who would like  to attend

 

 

Electronic Journal Advertisements 
The dinner e-journal will be posted online at www.ccbq.org on June 4, 2014 and will remain active for a full year. The journal ads are full color and are available at different pricing options ranging from $1,500 to $5,000. To reserve an e-journal advertisement please contact Martin Haggerty at 718-722-6099 or Martin.Haggerty@ccbq.org. JOURNAL SPACE IS STILL AVAILABLE (past the 5/22 deadline!)

 

 

Underwriting Opportunities
The dinner offers different levels of underwriting opportunities for corporations/individuals. Underwriting opportunities include: 

Entertainment: A $7,000 underwriting opportunity which provides for the audio visual presentation and the Opera Tenor Christopher Macchio. [SOLD]

Music: A $5,000 underwriting opportunity which provides for a live band. [SOLD]

Flowers: A $5,000 underwriting opportunity which provides for the ambience and atmosphere of Pier 60. [SOLD]

Photography: A 2,000 underwriting opportunity which provides for live photography of the event. [SOLD]

 

Silent Auction Donations

To donate to the silent auction, please contact Leanne Valentin at Leanne.Valentin@ccbq.org or call 718-722-6210. All donations are 100 percent tax-deductible.  

 

 
 

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