Defining Young Black Philanthropy
Thursday, November 15, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)
New York, United States
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Millennials, aka young professionals, have the greatest social media & pop culture influence. But do we really know what it takes to be influencers of philanthropy?
Join us for an evening of mingling and conversation about who we are as influencers, how this impacts our communities and in what ways are we (re)defining philanthropy. Stay 'til the end to meet and greet non-profits who are looking for volunteer leaders like you!
Bring A Coat(s), hats, gloves and even scarfs to donate to the
24th Annual New York Cares Coat Drive!!!
Thank you to UPTOWN Magazine for making sure our attendees leave with the best in Luxury, Lifestyle & Living!
Each guest will receive the latest copy of UPTOWN Magazine!
Ticket Price Includes:
- Complimentary drinks sponsored by Ciroc
- Networking with NYC's best young professionals of color engaged in social responsibility
- Meet n' greet NYC non-profit organizations seeking new diverse volunteers & board members
Managing Director, Talent Recruitment and Strategy
The Wondaland Arts Society: Official Chasemaster
CEO Muse Recordings & Member of President Obama National Finance Committee
Director of Individual Gifts, The Apollo Theater
Senior Associate, Strategic Philanthropic Initiatives, JP Morgan Chase
Founder & CEO of The Gem Project, Inc.
Meet N' Greet Non-Profits
Figure Skating in Harlem
Girls Write Now
New York Needs You
The Apollo Theater, Young Patrons Program