Italian Welfare League To Host Fundraiser for Italian-American Children with Disabilities

Oct 19, 2019 211

Sunday, October 27th, 2019. From 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM. Metropolitan Club, 1 East 60th Street, New York City. The Italian Welfare League will honor Rosanna Scotto, Co-Host of Good Day New York, Fox 5 NY WNYNW and Vincent Lumia, Managing Director and Head of Field Management at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, for their commitment to serving those less fortunate. The Consul General of Italy, Minister Plenipotentiary Francesco Genuardi, is the Honorary Chairman of the Luncheon.

Celebrating 99 years of helping to improve the lives of Italian-Americans in need, the Italian Welfare League will host its annual Autumn in New York Luncheon this month. The event is the League’s major fundraiser and helps the organization accomplish its mission of providing assistance to children who suffer from medical illness or emotional trauma.

The Luncheon will feature a silent auction, with items from world-renowned Italian fashion, jewelry and leather designers to prestigious wines, premium pastas and olive oil companies, plus a raffle for a Vespa. The auction will be followed by lunch, presentations to the honorees and speeches by recipients’ families.

Proceeds from the Luncheon benefit the Italian Welfare League’s “I Nostri Bambini” program. The program provides assistance to children of Italian-American descent who have serious health conditions, disabilities or have suffered an emotional trauma. The League has donated more than $2 million to nearly 2,000 children.

To purchase tickets for the event or make a donation, please visit www.italianwelfareleague.org For press inquiries, please call 212-861-8480 or visit www.italianwelfareleague.org. You can also find us on Facebook.

The Italian Welfare League, founded in 1920, is a non-profit organization dedicated to meeting the ongoing needs of Italian-Americans throughout the United States. Headquartered in New York City, the Italian Welfare League focuses on assisting children with health problems and those who find themselves in crisis. Since 2001, the League has donated more than $2 million to approximately 2,000 children and through grants to several organizations that provide services to children with special needs. For further information, please visit: www.italianwelfareleague.org.

SOURCE: Italian Welfare League

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