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Safe Touches: Personal Safety Training for Children

Child sexual abuse is a chronic, under-reported tragedy in the United States. Studies cited by Prevent Child Abuse America estimate that at least 20% of American women and 5-16% of American men experienced some form of sexual abuse as children. Sexual abuse can occur in all populations, at all socioeconomic and educational levels and across all racial and cultural groups. The hopeful news is that child sexual abuse is preventable—if children, parents, and schools are armed with the knowledge and tools that help them prevent abuse.

To schedule a workshop or inquire about The NYSPCC’s Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Education offerings, please contact us HERE.

 

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2018 Food & Wine Gala Corporate Sponsorships

The NYSPCC’s 2018 Food & Wine Gala
Tuesday, November 6, 2018
The Metropolitan Club
One East 60th Street
New York, NY 10022

6:30pm – Cocktails & Wine Tasting
7:30pm – Dinner

Gala Emcee
Deborah Norville

Gala Guest Chef
Chef Costas Spiliadis of estiatorio Milos

Dinner Wines
Cava Spiliadis


BENEFITS OF SPONSORSHIP

BRAND EXPOSURE
Increase Visibility to Corporate Leaders & Social Influencers
Event Networking Possibilities

CORPORATE RECOGNITION
Logo Placement on Event Materials & Website
Social Media & Digital Event Promotion
Press Release & Media Coverage

YOU MAKE AN IMPACT
(Your partnership directly supports services for children.)
Trauma Recovery Program
Safe Touches, child sexual abuse prevention workshops


The NYSPCC Food & Wine Gala

 

 

On Wednesday, November 20, 2019, The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children will hold its annual Food & Wine Gala at the Metropolitan Club in Manhattan. This year we’re excited to welcome Chef Elizabeth Falkner as our featured Celebrity Chef. We’re also honored to present Vicky Cornell, co-founder of the Chris & Vicky Cornell Foundation, with the “Strength of Our Society Award”. Proceeds from the Food & Wine Gala will support The NYSPCC’s Trauma Recovery and Safe Touches program.

Click here for event info. NYSPCC Gala Evite


Featured Celebrity Chef
Elizabeth Falkner

Chef Elizabeth Falkner is a world recognized, award winning chef and continues to be a … read moRe

Child Abuse Prevention Month 2019

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It takes a village to keep children safe.

From parents to therapists to educators to students, everybody plays a role in keeping children safe.

April is Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Month, which aims to raise awareness in ending child abuse and neglect. Here at The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NYSPCC), we work to prevent child abuse, restore families affected by abuse, and help children heal.

During CAP Month, We hope to share and showcase the individuals from our Village that ultimately help us in working towards our vision for all children to be safe from abuse and neglect.

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Corporate Event Sponsorship

Benefits of Event Sponsorship

 

Brand ExposureIncrease Visibility to Corporate Leaders & Social Influencers
Event Networking Opportunity

Corporate RecognitionLogo Placement on Event Materials & Website
Social Media & Digital Event Promotion
Press Release & Media Coverage

Make an ImpactYour sponsorship supports The NYSPCC’s Trauma Recovery
and Safe Touches programming for children.

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The NYSPCC’s Eighth Annual Spring Luncheon

Thank you to everyone who supported our 2019 Spring Luncheon!
Because of your generosity, we raised over $400,000 for our Safe Touches and Trauma Recovery programs.

A very special thanks to Elizabeth Mayhew and Valesca Guerrand-Hermès for hosting the afternoon, and all of our amazing Co-Chairs including Vicky Cornell for their efforts!

Click here to view photos from the event.

If you were unable to attend, but still wish to support The NYSPCC, click here to make an online gift.

The NYSPCC 2018 Food & Wine Gala

On Tuesday, November 6, 2018, The NYSPCC will hold its annual
Food & Wine Gala at the Metropolitan Club in Manhattan.

Proceeds from the Food & Wine Gala will support The NYSPCC’s Trauma Recovery and Safe Touches program.

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2018 Food & Wine Gala Corporate Sponsorships

New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children 2018 Food & Wine Gala
Corporate Partnership Opportunities

BENEFITS OF PARTNERSHIP

BRAND EXPOSURE
Increase Visibility to Corporate Leaders & Social Influencers
Event Networking Possibilities

CORPORATE RECOGNITION
Logo Placement on Event Materials & Website
Social Media & Digital Event Promotion
Press Release & Media Coverage

YOU MAKE AN IMPACT
(Your partnership directly supports services for children.)
Trauma Recovery Program
Safe Touches, child sexual abuse prevention workshops

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PAST EVENT – 2019 Spring Luncheon

On Thursday, April 11, 2019, The NYSPCC held it’s most successful Spring Luncheon! The afternoon featured Tara Westover, best-selling author of Educated in conversation with Stephanie Ruhle, NBC News correspondent and anchor of MSNBC Live. The afternoon raised over $400,000 for our Trauma Recovery and Safe Touches programs.

A very special thanks to Elizabeth Mayhew and Valesca Guerrand-Hermès for hosting the afternoon, and all of our amazing Co-Chairs including Vicky Cornell for their efforts!

Click here to view photos from the event.

If you were unable to attend, but still wish to support The NYSPCC, click here to make an online gift.

2019 Spring Luncheon Press Coverage
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PAST EVENT – The 2018 Food & Wine Gala

On Tuesday, November 6, 2018, The NYSPCC held its annual Food & Wine Gala at the Metropolitan Club in Manhattan.

Chef Costas Spiliadis of estiatorio Milos designed a one-of-a-kind menu and Anchor of Inside Edition and The NYSPCC Children’s Council member Deborah Norville hosted the evening.

Proceeds from the evening benefited our Trauma Recovery and Safe Touches program.

Photos from the event can be viewed here.

If you were unable to attend, but still wish to support The NYSPCC, please click here to make a gift online.


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