8 people are interested
Get dressed up and volunteer at our Gala! (lunch provided)
ORGANIZATION: Boys Hope Girls Hope of New York
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8 people are interested
Join our team for the evening and help us with the logistics of running our event! This night is dedicated to celebrating our senior scholar who have worked so hard to get into amazing schools and show appreciation for our dedicated donors.
Attire: Dress to impress. This is a formal event.
We need help with the following:
- Silent and Live auction assistance
We will have a brief training before the event so there is less confusion the night of.
Also lunch will be provided buffet style!
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About Boys Hope Girls Hope of New York
367 Clermont Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11238, US
BHGHNY's mission is to help academically capable and motivated children from at-risk situations meet their full potential and become men and women for others by providing them with the safe and stable living environment, academic support, and guidance they need to finish high school, graduate from college, and become responsible and productive citizens.
Founded in 1979, Boys Hope Girls Hope of New York (BHGHNY) is a regional and autonomous affiliate of Boys Hope Girls Hope International (BHGH), a non-sectarian, international non-profit organization founded in 1977 with operations in 15 U.S. cities and in 3 countries in Latin America: Guatemala, Mexico and Peru.
In 2009, BHGHNY expanded upon the national model by securing partnerships and residences with two prominent Brooklyn private schools-Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School (attended by our boys) and Cristo Rey Brooklyn (attended by our girls). Using the schools’ residences, BHGHNY is New York City's only college-access, urban boarding program dedicated to exclusively serving motivated, at-risk youth.
This academic year (2017-2018), BHGHNY is serving 83 scholars in residence: 38 boys and 45 girls. From Sunday evening until Monday afternoon, scholars participate in a variety of courses and programming that emphasize SAT and ACT preparation, academic improvement, increased literacy, social justice and service learning as well as personal enrichment.
110 East 42nd StreetNew York, NY 10017
March 6, 2023
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training