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The Fresh Producers

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Urban Investigations

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Engage with civic engagement at our Benefit!

Looking for meaningful ways to become more civically engaged in today’s political climate?

Want to know how you can support the fight for equity at the community level?

Need a reason to look away from the headlines for a few hours?

Join us for a snack, a drink, and a look at how CUP is working to support communities making real change on the ground today—and find out how you can join the fight.

The event will gather 300+ supporters of social justice, lovers of visual culture, builders of infrastructure, and on-the-ground organizers to share inspiring stories, interact with CUP’s 
latest projects and drive support for our nonprofit’s collaborative programs and services 
especially during this critical juncture for our country and our city.

See the full list of opportunities below or contact Frampton Tolbert at frampton@welcometocup.org for more information. 

Wednesday, September 27th
6:00 – 7:30 PM — Benefactors Reception 
7:30 – 10:00 PM — Friends and Fans Party
26 Bridge Street, DUMBO, Brooklyn

For more information or if you have questions about the 2017 CUP Benefit, contact Frampton@welcometocup.org.

Get Your Tickets Today!

To pay with a credit card or a PayPal account, select the number of tickets you want (for credit cards, you don’t have to log into PayPal, just click the donation button to enter your credit card information directly.)

Quantity

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Yes! I want to sponsor the 2017 CUP Benefit at the following level:

You or your firm’s name and logo will feature in all event materials – which reach more than 10,000 individuals. All 2017 sponsorships include name and logo (when applicable) featured at the event and on the event invitation, listing in CUP’s e-newsletter, listing on CUP’s website, and a special CUP gift.

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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

Host Committee (in formation)

Kofi Aidoo, Alicia Cheng, Nikki Chung, Belmont Freeman, Sarah Gephart, Lauren Kogod & David Smiley, Jeff Maki, Thomas McMahon, Jeremy Robinson-Leon, Althea Wasow

Benefit Sponsors

Banner Sponsors
Lauren Kogod & David Smiley

Benefactors
Chicago Title Insurance Company
LISC NYC 
Jeremy Robinson-Leon
Willy Wong

Patrons
Liya Aklilu
Christine Coletta & Matt Bockelman
Cycle Architecture + Planning
H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture
Hirschen Singer & Epstein LLP
Faizah Malik & Zaahir Syed
Municipal Art Society
Lauren Pesso & Sam Marks
Slater & Beckerman PC
TransitCenter

CUP BOARD

David Smiley, Chair
Sam Marks, Vice Chair
Beom Jun Kim, Treasurer
Ariel Fausto, Secretary
Liya Aklilu
Christine Coletta
Michael Hickey
Anisa Keith
Aaron Koffman
Faizah Malik
Jeremy Robinson-Leon 
Dan Wiley
Willy Wong

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City Studies

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Weathering the Storm

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A Fair Chance

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Step Right Up

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Participatory Budgeting

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We Are Public Housing

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