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The Lung Cancer Research Foundation’s Sixteenth Strolling Supper

Date/Time

Nov 7, 2018
06:00 PM until 08:30 PM

Description

On Wednesday, November 7, 2018 the Lung Cancer Research Foundation (LCRF) will host its annual Strolling Supper at Gotham Hall in New York City. The event brings together members of New York City’s professional, social and philanthropic communities to help raise awareness and funds to benefit lung cancer research. Since inception, the Strolling Supper has raised more than $17 million. 

Now in its Sixteenth year, the 2018 Strolling Supper will feature a special performance by Sutton Foster, Tony Award winner and star of Younger. WABC’s Bill Ritter will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the evening, which will also include a silent auction featuring luxury travel, dining and entertainment packages.

Cost

$200-$500

Location

View map Gotham Hall
1356 Broadway
New York, NY

Additional Information

Sponsor

Lung Cancer Research Foundation

Phone

212-588-1580

Contact name

Mollie Wein

Contact email

mwein@lcrf.org

Region:

Bedford

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