Hearts for Hope - 2015
Friday, Feb 13, 15 by
Incarnation Children's Center (ICC), New York City's only skilled nursing facility providing specialized care for children and adolescents living with HIV/AIDS, is holding their seventh annual auction and benefit, "Hearts for Hope" (H4H), at the Prince George Ballroom in NYC.
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"Hearts for Hope" is a fundraising event, featuring décor by renowned lifestyle expert and event planner David Monn and catering by master chef, Olivier Cheng. Through the generous contributions of Monn, Cheng and others such as the Rudin Family Foundation, TD Bank, and Zachy’s, this elegant affair is host to an exclusive array of silent auction items from top-end companies such as Bergdorf Goodman, Coach, Southwest Airlines and the Emerson Resort. ICC is pleased to announce John Tartaglia, a Tony, Drama Desk and Emmy Award nominated Broadway and television actor, as Master of Ceremonies for the evening. The honoree for the evening is Kathleen Bridges Cudahy, a Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of NY Trustee and former policy advisor and strategist for Michael Bloomberg’s 2001 mayoral campaign.
"We are truly blessed to have the support of so many," said Carolyn Castro, Executive Director. "This forgotten population has suffered through so much. The support of the community means the world to them."
About Incarnation Children's Center
The Incarnation Children's Center (ICC) is New York City's only skilled nursing facility providing specialized care exclusively for children and adolescents living with HIV/AIDS. ICC's unique combination of expertise and support provides the child and his/her family with an interdisciplinary service designed to meet the challenges of pediatric HIV/AIDS and minimize its effects on the quality of their life. ICC is dedicated to serving as advocates for these infants, children and adolescents in all matters pertaining to their health care. ICC is a joint venture between the Archdiocese of New York and the Columbia University Department of Pediatrics.