Support the work of the young leaders at New York’s premier fundraising events hosted by the Young Leadership Committee.
Thursday, March 1, 2012
6:30 pm – 11:30 pm
New York NY
Peace Market is an event unlike any other in New York City, drawing over 1,200 influential young professionals, an impressive line-up of celebrities and notable dignitaries, and a significant media presence.
Further, this year’s event will feature LIVE celebrity musical entertainment and the hottest DJs, a VIP reception, and a live auction.
It is sure to be a night that will not be forgotten as the Metropolitan Pavilion is transformed for one night as our guests are immersed in the tastes, sights, sounds, and smells of a Middle Eastern and South Asian marketplace.
Your ticket includes:
· OPEN BAR all night
· Middle Eastern and South Asian Cuisine
· 3rd Annual Hummus Taste-Off with celebrity judges
· Live and silent auction
· Celebrity guests and LIVE musical performances. Past celebrity guests include John Legend, Macy Gray, Bar Refaeli, Emmanuelle Chriqui, and Natalie Portman
Matt Jung and Grishma Parekh
General Admission $160
All proceeds go to supporting the crucial work of Seeds of Peace
About Seeds of Peace and Young Leadership Committee:
Seeds of Peace is a non-profit organization with a mission to empower the next generation of young people with the leadership skills and cross-border friendships to promote lasting peace in some of the world’s most tumultuous regions of conflict. Since its inception in 1993, Seeds of Peace has graduated nearly 5,000 young people, called “Seeds“, at the Seeds of Peace International Camp in Maine, and supported them with year-round regional programming to help them pursue a life of coexistence and peace.
To support the work of Seeds of Peace and the young leaders who represent the organization, Peace Market 2012 will take place on March 1st at the Metropolitan Pavilion, New York City. Peace Market is one of New York‘s premier fundraising events hosted by the YLC, a dynamic group of socially conscious young adults in their 20s, 30s and 40s who are emerging as leaders in their respective fields, have an interest in international affairs, and are committed to supporting the work of Seeds of Peace.
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