On Friday November 13th, New York City’s best looking surgeons attend Mission Restore’s Fall Fundraiser, hosted by the organization’s Young Professional Board.
On Wednesday October 21, the Yellowstone Park Foundation held their 1st annual young patrons gala at The Bowery hotel in New York’s East Village.
On October 21st, the Yellowstone National Park will hold it’s first foray into what will be a broader millennial fundraising program. In other words, a really great party for a really great cause. The night’s co-chairs which include the dedicated committee of young scenesters (i.e. Arielle Patrick, Kipton Cronkite, Nell Diamond, Ben Bronfman, Peter Davis and Juliet Falchi) are helping gather quite the crowd for the first annual Young Patrons Benefit at the Bowery Hotel.
All proceeds will go toward preserving one of our nation’s most treasured landmarks.
Supporters of the event include Anheuser-Busch, PHD at The Dream Downtown (graciously hosting the after-party, courtesy of Rich Thomas), and DJ Theory.
For tickets, click the following link: https://www.squadup.com/
The Yellowstone Park Foundation is the official fundraising partner of Yellowstone National Park, and is a nonprofit, 501(c)3 organization. In 1996, a group of concerned citizens, working with the National Park Service, started the Foundation in order to protect, preserve, and enhance Yellowstone National Park.
The Yellowstone Park Foundation works to fund important projects and programs, many of which are beyond the financial capacity of the National Park Service. The Foundation receives no annual government funding; it relies instead upon the generous support of private citizens, foundations, and corporations to ensure that Yellowstone’s great gifts to the world will never diminish.
Since its inception, the Yellowstone Park Foundation has raised more than $85 million for Yellowstone National Park, and has successfully funded more than 300 Park projects.
You can find more information on the Yellowstone Park Foundation on the website below: