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Join us for the Annual Benefit Party!

Attend the intimate Benefactors Reception, where you’ll meet CUP’s staff and Board of Directors, as well as some of New York City’s most talented designers and community activists. 

Or join other CUP Friends and Fans at one of the most popular parties of the year and learn more about CUP’s work. 

Your donation directly supports CUP’s work with communities across the city. In 2013, CUP projects reached more than 165,000 individuals, ranging from public housing residents to domestic workers, public school students to Community Board members.

So get your tickets now for an evening of conversation, cocktails, and CUP projects! 

Thursday, October 16th

6:00 – 7:30 PM — Benefactors Reception 
7:30 – 10:00 PM — Friends and Fans Party

At The Green Building – 452 Union Street, Brooklyn

For more information or if you have questions about the 2014 CUP Benefit, contact frampton@welcometocup.org.

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All proceeds go to the Center for Urban Pedagogy, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that uses design and art to increase meaningful civic engagement.

To see pictures from last year’s sold-out CUP Benefit, click here

Benefit Committee

Benefactors
Deborah Berke Partners 
Deutsche Bank
David Smiley & Lauren Kogod

Contributors
Keira Alexandra
Architecture Research Office
Artimus Construction
Bernheimer Architecture
BKSK Architects
Bone/Levine Architects
Belmont Freeman
James Dart & David Parker
Edelman Sultan Knox Wood Architects LLP
Group Gordon
Laura Hansen & Jim Stubbs
Julie Hertzog & Gabrielle Esperdy
Paul Hinton & Andrea Phillips


Interboro Partners
Aaron Koffman
Eric S. Lee
Thomas L. McMahon
Marc Norman & Jonathan Massey
Omni Architects
Rogers Partners
Stacey Sutton
TLM Associates
Two Bridges Neighborhood Council
Irina Verona & Guido Hartray
Claire Weisz
Willy Wong
W X Y architecture + urban design
Asaf Yogev & Pawel Tkaczuk

CUP BOARD

David Smiley, Chair
Sam Marks, Vice Chair
Julie Hertzog, Treasurer
Ariel Fausto, Secretary
Anisa Keith
Aaron Koffman
Damon Rich, Founder
Victoria Shire
Dan Wiley

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What is Zoning?

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