On Saturday, September 26, at 7p.m., more than 200 NYC philanthropists will join the Boxer Bow Tie Club, a nonprofit started by nine high school friends who are now NYC professionals, on a seafaring voyage starting at Pier 40 in NYC with one goal: To send 40 seriously ill children to Paul Newman’s Hole in the Wall Gang Camp — a camp that offers a different kind of healing to kids who often spend much of their time in clinical settings.
“We selected Paul Newman’s Hole in the Wall Gang Camp as the beneficiary for our inaugural event because every founding member feels a connection to this cause,” said Founding Member, Ryan Squillante. “Every Child deserves freedom and innocence, no matter their circumstance.”
The Cards for Camp fundraiser will include a twilight cruise around Manhattan, complete with dinner, an open bar, live band and silent auction. As overhead costs have been covered by the founding members with support from their employers, 100 percent of ticket proceeds go towards sending children to camp. A former Hole in the Wall alum will be on-board to share his transformative experience at camp.
To support this worthy cause and join us on-board, please buy tickets here .
About Boxer Bowtie Club
The Boxer Bowtie Club is a registered 501 (c) (3) non -profit organization founded and operated by a group of nine former classmates from Weston, Connecticut and our close friends. Our objective is to collaborate with each other utilizing our individual skill sets to build a platform in which we can volunteer and raise money for worthy causes within our communities. We are proud to commit 100% of our net proceeds to the charities we support.
We take a passionate and fully engaged approach to three core principles which serve as the driving force behind our organization. Our core objectives are: Gather: we gather people together; Give: we give to those in need; Grow: together we further expand our reach and strengthen our communities.