2009 EMCB New York City 2009 EMCB New York City - Dec. 3 2009 EMCB New York City
2009 EMCB New York City - Dec. 3
Location: NYC
Description:

The Annual Emerging Markets Charity Benefit in New York will be held on Thursday, December 3, 2009.   The invitation is available at http://www.emta.org/uploadedFiles/New_Developments/Documents/Special_Events/2009_emcb_invite.pdf?n=1645

NEW THIS YEAR:
  The 2009 New York EM Charity Benefit will be in cocktail party format with a buffet dinner for all attendees.  Only twenty tables are available for this event and will be sold on a first come, first serve basis.  In addition, general admission “standing room” tickets will also be sold.

The price for tables of ten will be $12,500 – with a special early bird discount price of $10,000 per table for firms which settle in full by November 1, 2009. 

General admission packages will be available at $10,000 for ten admissions – with a special early bird discount price of $8,000 per package of ten tickets for firms which settle in full by November 1, 2009.

Those wishing to take advantage of the early bird discounts are urged to begin the approval process now, as we regret that no exceptions will be made to the November 1 deadlines for the early bird discounts.

This year's beneficiaries will include:

  • NESST, which provides financial and capacity-building support to social enterprises in Central Europe and Latin America  www.nesst.org;
  • Orphaned Starfish Foundation, dedicated to working with orphans and disadvantaged children throughout Latin America www.orphanedstarfish.org;
  • Sri Lanka Care, which rebuilds and restores homes lost and damaged by the Asian Tsunami www.srilankacare.org;
  • Trickle Up, which works to alleviate poverty by providing seed capital for people in EM countries to start small businesses  www.trickleup.org;
  • and WorldFund which provides financial, managerial and technical assistance to partner schools in impoverished Latin American neighborhoods www.worldfund.org.

To buy a table please contact Jonathan Murno of EMTA at jmurno@emta.org or any member of the EMCB Planning Committee, listed on the invitation.

Thanks for your support!