Please join Velo City and friends in celebrating another year of training the next generation of urban planners and designers!
When: Thursday, April 4th, 2013 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Where: Center for Architecture at 536 LaGuardia Place, NY, NY, 10012
In addition to celebrating Velo City's forth year of cycling-based urban planning and design education programs we will recognize the inspiring work of an individual, a company, and a non-profit organization. Our honorees are leaders in the built environment, community development and social justice realms.
- Inspiring Individual: Laurie Cumbo, founder of Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts and City Council candidate
- Inspiring Nonprofits: Partnerships for Parks
- Inspiring Company: Patagonia
With your ticket, you'll receive the following on the evening of Velo City's benefit:
- Open bar
- Mingle with New York City's movers-and-shakers
- A special gift
- Much more!
There will also be a silent auction.
Donations can be made to Velo City through its fiscal sponsor, the Vera Institute of Justice. Donations will be tax deductible as permitted by law and the proceeds from this benefit will fund New York City urban planning and design education initiatives for teens.
Host Committee in formation
Naomi Doerner, Franny Hayes, Elwood Hill, Sharon Makoriwa, Haley Reimbold, Evan Elkin, Elizabeth Hamby, Liz Jose, Andree Saunders,Philip Trageser,Samelys Lopes, Karyn Williams, Robin Zimbler
When & Where
Velo City’s mission is to engage youth from under-served communities to teach them urban planning and design for social change.