The Parkinsonís Disease
Foundation (PDF) is happy to announce that Carnaval at the
Copa will take place on Monday, November 14, 2011 at the all
new Copacabana located in the heart of Times Square in New
York City. The evening will feature live entertainment,
dancing, a silent and live auction, casino games
and a buffet dinner.
All proceeds will benefit PDFís efforts to fund promising
Bob Benjamin, Jose Cruz, Peter Dorn, Sharon Klein, Amy Sole,
Douglas Stern, Stephanie Goldman-Pittel and Jeffrey Zygler
are the Co-Chairs. The evening will begin at 6:30pm and
feature live entertainment by GDO Soul featuring Greg Denard.
Support levels are as follows: Sponsorship levels at $5,000,
$2,500, $500, $250 and $175; Tickets are available at $95 in
advance and $125 when purchased at the door.
The Parkinsonís Disease Foundation is a leading national
presence in Parkinsonís disease research, education and
public advocacy. Created by William Black, the founder of
Chock full oíNuts, a successful New York coffee and
restaurant business, PDF was the first national
not-for-profit organization to focus on Parkinsonís disease.
PDF is working for the nearly one million people in the US
who live with Parkinsonís by funding promising scientific
research while supporting people living with Parkinsonís
through educational programs and services. Since its
founding in 1957, PDF has dedicated over $90 million to fund
the work of leading scientists throughout the world and over
$37 million to support national education and advocacy
For additional information on the Parkinsonís Disease
Foundation and to purchase tickets, please visit
or (800) 457-6676.