Chair: Alexis Feldman; Council Vice Chair:
Marissa Schneider; Council Members: Steven Beltrani ~ George Bergamo ~
Jessica Bloch ~ Christina Brown ~ Kelly Cerialo ~ Kate Cucco ~ Amy DePaola
Sean Kiely ~ Samantha Knapik ~ Ali Lapinsky ~ Meredith Meyer
~ Melissa Phillips ~
Ryan Phillips ~ David Schwartz ~ Meredith Stampler ~ Natasha
Josephine Vella ~ Evan Wohl ~ Kendall Wrigley
Research Institute Young Philanthropists and Tenjune
Cancer Research Institute Young Philanthropists will host
Third Annual Midsummer Social to support the Institute?s
mission to advance
the next wave of cancer treatment. Join us at Tenjune for 2
hours of premium
open bar, spinning from guest DJ Turk, and a contest
awesome prizes like: Bumble and bumble product basket,
Arbitrage shirt and tie, Coach purse, Weeklong timeshare at a
Cabo San Lucas, Ralph Lauren cashmere throw blanket, Signed
Broadway show tickets, and more.
General Admission $50 in advance, $75 at the
VIP package $75 in advance,
$100 at the door. Pack includes admission to an exclusive
pre-event reception from 7-8 pm
and two complimentary tickets for the prize contests.
Guests are invited to purchase a table in addition to their
Tables can accommodate up to six people
and include one bottle of vodka and various mixers.
Table Service can be added on to both
General and VIP ticket reservations.
Tickets are limited! All proceeds will benefit the
Cancer Research Institute's research programs.
West 12th Street, NY, NY
August 10, 2010, 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Cancer Research Institute Young Philanthropists are a
network of professionals ages 21-40 committed to
and volunteerism for the purpose of supporting
research in cancer immunology.
This promising field of medical research aims to
harness the disease-fighting power of the immune system to
control and prevent cancer.
RSVP: Anita Schmidt
212 688-7515, x. 238, or register at
Online registration closes at noon, August 10. Tickets will be sold at the
About the Cancer Research
Institute Young Philanthropists
The Cancer Research Institute Young
Philanthropists are a network of
young professionals committed to philanthropic giving and
for the purpose of supporting research in
cancer immunology. The CRI Young Philanthropists group:
(1) Cultivates an upcoming generation of philanthropic
(2) Empowers young people with the ability to make
tangible changes in their community;
(3) Creates an established network of young professionals
committed to social responsibility; and
(4) Provides an opportunity to impact the
development of cutting edge cancer immunotherapy.
About the Cancer
The Cancer Research Institute (CRI) is the
non-profit organization dedicated exclusively to the support and
coordination of scientific and clinical efforts that will
lead to the
immunological treatment, control, and prevention of cancer.
CRI is guided by a world-renowned Scientific Advisory
that includes four Nobel Prize winners and twenty-nine
members of the
National Academy of Sciences. The Institute supports leading-edge
cancer research at top medical centers and universities
throughout the world,
facilitating the discovery of effective cancer vaccines
and other immune-based cancer.
The Cancer Research Institute
has one of the lowest overhead expense ratios
among non-profit organizations, with more than 85 percent of
going directly to the support of its science, medical, and
CRI meets or exceeds all 20 standards of the
Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance, the most
U.S. charity evaluation service, and has received an 'A'
grade for fiscal disclosure
and efficiency from the American Institute of Philanthropy
as well as
top accolades from other charity watchdog organizations.
Visit CRI on the Web at: http://www.cancerresearch.org/.