Join us for a memorable and meaningful evening of cocktails and dancing benefitting the Crime Victims Treatment Center.
This year’s annual junior board fundraiser will be taking place in Williamsburg to celebrate the expansion of CVTC’s services to Brooklyn. HG Gallery Williamsburg is an airy, breakthrough space that has built a reputation for unearthing distinct and diverse artists. Experience this year’s Save the Night alongside exceptional art exhibitions. The night will include a full 3-hour open bar, photo booth, DJ, dance floor, light Hors D’Oeuvres from Cantina Royal, and an emceed charity raffle. Bar and production by NYC EVENT PRO.
APRIL 13TH, 2019 7:30-11PM
66 N 3RD ST
BROOKLYN, NY 11249
AFTERPARTY AT LA SALA – 58 N 3RD ST, BK NY
If you’re unable to join us, but would still like to donate, you can do that here: www.cvtcnyc.org/donate
Thank you in advance for helping us raise money for services to support survivors of violence.
Note: Early bird tickets are on sale through 4/1 **($85 WITH PROMOCODE: EARLYBIRD)**, after that tickets will be $100 in advance and $120 (cash and venmo only) at the door. A portion of the ticket price is tax deductible and we can send you 501(c)(3) letters upon request. For group packages of more than 5 tickets please email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire.
Dress Code: Semi-Formal/Dressy
More about CVTC:
CVTC is a not-for-profit organization committed to helping people heal from violent crime, most notably survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. CVTC provides a wide range of therapeutic services free of charge to anyone impacted by violence, which includes training and organizing crisis response volunteer advocates in the emergency room and long-term trauma counselling and therapy. We are dedicated to advocacy on behalf of survivors, collaboration with partners across a multitude of disciplines, and training for those who work with survivors. We are committed to changing cultural norms around violence and promoting social justice through progressive legislation and community mobilization.
More information at: http://www.cvtcnyc.org