Lenox Hill Neighborhood House has a Facebook page! We use this page as a way to increase awareness, visibility and communication with our supporters and the general public. We’ve posted some great photos of our programs and a really nice description of what we do here at the Neighborhood House. It is a great way to raise awareness about our programs and it is also a wonderful way for staff and former staff members to connect with one another. We post important information about Lenox Hill Neighborhood House on our wall, so be sure to check it out!
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We can now communicate with you via e-Newsletters! This new format will allow us to share exciting news and pictures about our programs in a timely, user friendly, green and cost-efficient manner.
To learn more about our e-newsletters, contact Nora Tarr at 212 744-5022, ext. 1226 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Legal Advocacy & Organizing 2012-2013 Monthly Workshops
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Second Sundays Performance Series
Lenox Hill Neighborhood House’s Second Sundays is a performance series for all ages that offers presentations by professional music, dance and theater groups. There is a suggested donation of $5.00, children 12 and under are free, and there is complimentary admission for members of Lenox Hill Neighborhood House programs. All performances are at Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, 331 East 70th Street at 2 p.m. on the second Sunday of every month unless otherwise noted.
For more information on our Second Sundays Performance Series, contact Lynne Mold, Director of Visual and Performing Arts, at 212 744-5022, ext. 1357 or email@example.com.
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Our Community Theatre presents original play and monologue readings throughout the year as well as two full productions.
For information on upcoming Community Theatre performances, contact Lynne Mold, Director of Visual and Performing Arts, at 212 744-5022, ext. 1357 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fundraising Special Events
2013 Spring Gala
Lenox Hill Neighborhood House hosted their Spring Gala on April 3, welcoming over 600 New Yorkers to Cipriani 42nd Street for dinner and dancing. The Gala, honoring Caroline and Thompson Dean for their longstanding support of the Neighborhood House, raised $1,350,000 that will go directly toward the organization’s vital programs. The Spring Gala, sponsored by Veranda magazine, featured table tops individually decorated by interior designers, making it a unique and stunning event. Many thanks to the Gala Chair, Diana Ronan Quasha, and Leadership Committee members Kathy Angele, Wendy Cebula, Clo Cohen, David Duncan, Lindsey Harper, Kamie Lightburn, Michael McGraw, Mariana Sabater, Christopher Spitzmiller and Margot Takian.
See below for pictures and press from the Spring Gala.
2012 Fall Associates Event
More than 250 supporters gathered for cocktails at Armani 5th Avenue, followed by dinner and dancing at the Racquet & Tennis Club, on November 28 to celebrate the Neighborhood House and raise over $90,000 for the Neighborhood House’s vital programs. The success of the evening would not have been possible without Chairmen Heather Georges, Cindy Ketchum, Emily Leonard, Kamie Lightburn, Kathy Prounis, Dana Schiff, Christopher Spitzmiller, Kristen Swenson and Margot Takian.
See below for pictures and press from the Fall Associates Event.
2012 Arthur L. Loeb Cup Bridge Tournament
The 2nd Annual Arthur L. Loeb Cup Bridge Tournament was held at the Neighborhood House on September 25th. Nearly 200 bridge players from New York, Connecticut and around the country joined us for a competitive tournament to raise funds for our programs. Chaired by Board Member Amabel B. James, the Tournament was directed by Cordelia Menges who, with Kathy Fallenius of the Cavendish Bridge Club who donated her time, ran three full sections of duplicate bridge. Judi Radin, Tournament Co-Chair and world renown Professional bridge player, and other members of the Benefit Committee organized a remarkable team of bridge professionals to participate in the benefit. The bridge professionals also generously donated their time and good cheer to ensure an exciting morning of duplicate bridge.