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Advertising, to support an important cause
 
On September 13th, the Avenue Altruism Awards/Children United Gala, benefiting Save the Children will be hosted at the UN. This year, we’ll be honoring philanthropic individuals and groups, and those leaders working to protect and support the health and well-being of the world’s children. Held on the eve of UN Week, the guest list will be a global coming together of UN dignitaries, celebrities and individuals committed to this essential cause.
 
We urge you to please consider taking an ad in the event’s journal to help support this important cause. Given all that’s happening in current events, this event couldn’t be any more relevant or timely. Your ad in the journal will also afford you excellent exposure to the wealthy philanthropists who will be in attendance.
 
Ad pages in the journal are just $2500 per page ($5000 for premium positions, offered 1st come, 1st serve).
 
Booking deadline: August 15
Ad materials due: August 22

FYI –
  • Carolyn Miles, CEO of Save the Children, and Dr. Paul Farmer,  Co-Founder of Partners In Health, are the first two honorees with one or two others to be confirmed shortly.
  • Cokie Roberts will present to Carolyn Miles.
  • Tamron Hall is our Master of Ceremonies.
  • Dr. Nata Menabde, Executive Director of the WHO Office at the United Nations, will give the opening remarks.

Worth mentioning that tickets are still available if interested in attending, and it’s not out of the question to still get involved as a sponsor: https://avenuealtruismawards.com/tickets/

 
To book your journal ad, or for more information, please contact:

Susan Feinman
Associate Publisher
AVENUE
Cel: 914-714-5053
535 Fifth Avenue, 23rd Floor
New York, NY 10017
avenuemagazine.com
 
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