CCC Celebrates at The Museum of Modern Art


June 13, 2022

7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Please join us on June 13, 2022 for CCC Celebrates at The Museum of Modern Art, a gala art evening to benefit our work to ensure every child is healthy, housed, educated and safe.

Honoring

New York Community Trust LogoThe New York Community Trust connects past, present, and future generous New Yorkers with vital nonprofits working to make a healthy, equitable, and thriving community for all. Read More>

 

Featured Exhibitions

Please see ticket levels for associated exhibits.
Our Selves: Photographs by Women Artists from Helen Kornblum

Henri Matisse: The Red Studio

 

Musical Guests

The Leslie Pintchik Trio

Honorary Chair

    Brad S. Karp
 

Co-Chairs

  • Diana & Fred Elghanayan
  • Madeline & Tom Elghanayan
  • Judith A. Garson & Steven N. Rappaport
  • Nancy & Alan N. Locker
  • Jane Blair Oberle & Christian Oberle

Meet Our Pacesetting Gala Supporters

TF Cornerstone Paul, Weiss, Rifkind Wharton & Garrison LLP M&T Bank  Alliant Insurance Services, Inc. Newmark The Omer Foundation Parkview Plumbing Roberts & Holland URBAN Foundation/Engineering

Community Builders

  • Diana & Fred Elghanayan
  • TF Cornerstone

Advocacy Visionaries

  • Paul, Weiss, Rifkind Wharton & Garrison LLP

Justice Benefactors

  • Jody & Brian Berger
  • Constance Christensen
  • Tom & Madeline Elghanayan
  • Susan & Edward Falk
  • Ricki Tigert Helfer & Michael S. Helfer
  • Nancy & Alan N. Locker
  • Marilyn & Jay Lubell
  • M&T Bank
  • Helen Rothlein & James White
  • Christine Wasserstein & Dan Rattiner

Education Champions

  • Alliant Insurance Services, Inc.
  • Ellen & Steven J. Corwin
  • Veronica Dillon & Kevin Bollbach
  • Chris Stern Hyman
  • The Omer Foundation
  • Susan & Thomas Roeder

Innovation Patrons

  • Veronica Dillon and Kevin Bollbach
  • Steven Elghanayan
  • Judith A. Garson & Steven N. Rappaport
  • Elaine & Mark Kessel
  • Maryann & Robert Marston
  • Newmark
  • Parkview Plumbing
  • Roberts & Holland LLP
  • Betsy Pinover Schiff & Edward Schiff
  • Urban Foundation-Engineering, LLC

Equity Leaders

  • Priscilla Bijur & Gerald Kane
  • Benny and Michele Caiola
  • Rose Caiola & Carl Musacchia
  • Lauren Jenkins Chung
  • Epic Mechanical Contractors
  • William F. Gorin
  • Bonnie Greaves
  • Daniel Kramarsky
  • Nancy Newman & Henry Elghanayan
  • Roanoke Asset Management Corp
  • SLCE Architects
  • Marcy Sandler & James Janover
  • Jean A. Schrag and Raymond V.J. Schrag
  • Nancy & David Solomon
  • Susan Wasserstein & George Sard
  • Woodworks Construction Co., Inc

Advocates

  • Kim Chirls
  • Marilyn & Robert Cohen
  • Cosentini Associates
  • Elizabeth Cribbs
  • David Goldberg
  • Susan Rosenberg Goldstein
  • Lorraine Gonzalez-Camastra
  • Julia Jean-Francois
  • Hildemarie Ladouceur
  • Marjorie Martay
  • Warburg Pincus LLC
  • William Weisberg

Meet Our Benefit Committee

Jody & Brian Berger

Priscilla Bijur & Gerald Kane

Whitney Blackmon

Margaret Hess Chi

Kim Chirls

Constance Christensen

Lauren Jenkins Chung

Ellen & Steven Corwin

Veronica Dillon & Kevin Bollbach

Susan & Ed Falk

Abe Fernandez

Julia Jean-Francois

David Garza

William F. Gorin

Bonnie Greaves

Ricki Tigert Helfer & Michael S. Helfer

Chris Stern Hyman

Dayle Davison Khan

Hildemarie Ladouceur

Ernesto Loperena

Marilyn & Jay Lubell

Maryann & Robert Marston

Darcey Merritt

Dodi Meyer

Erasma Monticciolo

Marcy Sandler & James Janover

Betsy Pinover Schiff & Edward Schiff

Jean A. & Raymond V.J. Schrag

Nancy & David Solomon

Judie Z. Taylor

William Weisberg

More On Our Honoree

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The New York Community Trust is a grantmaking foundation dedicated to improving the lives of residents of New York City and its suburbs. The Trust brings together individuals, families, foundations, and businesses to build a better community and support nonprofits that make a difference. They apply knowledge, creativity, and resources to the most challenging issues in an effort to ensure meaningful opportunities and a better quality of life for all New Yorkers, today and tomorrow.

Founded in 1924, The New York Community Trust is New York’s largest community foundation and one of the oldest and largest community foundations in the U.S. As a core funder of CCC for over three decades, The Trust’s recognition of advocacy as a tool for positive change has been groundbreaking for New York philanthropy and critical in our organizational growth and victories for New York children and families.