Join us in celebrating more than 40 years of independent, non-profit, investigative reporting that has engaged and informed a generation of community leaders, public officials, advocates, activists, readers and journalists.

We are proud to honor Elizabeth Cooke-Levy, Richard Buery, and Tom Robbins, three distinguished New Yorkers who embody City Limits values, and reflect the city we love.

CITY LIMITS' 2018 HONOREES

  Elizabeth Cooke-Levy    Civic Champion Award    Elizabeth Cooke Levy is a civic leader who for more than 30 years has worked to improve the lives of poor and working class New Yorkers through her career in non-profit management, public policy, development and advocacy.   Read more.

Elizabeth Cooke-Levy
Civic Champion Award

Elizabeth Cooke Levy is a civic leader who for more than 30 years has worked to improve the lives of poor and working class New Yorkers through her career in non-profit management, public policy, development and advocacy. Read more.

  Richard Buery    Community Beacon Award    As Deputy Mayor to Mayor Bill de Blasio, Rich Buery led key initiatives to increase educational opportunity for New Yorkers and was the architect of Pre-K for All, which offers free, full-day Pre-K for every 4-year old in NYC.   Read more.

Richard Buery
Community Beacon Award

As Deputy Mayor to Mayor Bill de Blasio, Rich Buery led key initiatives to increase educational opportunity for New Yorkers and was the architect of Pre-K for All, which offers free, full-day Pre-K for every 4-year old in NYC.
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  Tom Robbins    Urban Journalist Award    Tom Robbins has served as investigative journalist in residence at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY since February 2011, and directs the school’s Urban Reporting Grants Program.    Read more.

Tom Robbins
Urban Journalist Award

Tom Robbins has served as investigative journalist in residence at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY since February 2011, and directs the school’s Urban Reporting Grants Program.
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Editor - $10,000

Benefit Committee

10 Tickets

Platinum Page in Gala Journal

 

Deputy Editor - $7,500

Benefit Committee

8 Tickets

Gold page in Gala Journal

 

Reporter - $5,000

Benefit Committee

6 Tickets

Full B&W page in Gala Journal

 

Cub Reporter - $2,500

4 Tickets

Half B+W Page in Gala Journal

 

Fact Checker - $1,000

2 Tickets

Quarter B+W Page in Gala Journal

 

$250 Single Ticket

1 Ticket

 

$225 Single Ticket (Non-Profit) 

1 Ticket

 

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NOVEMBER 8, 2018
6:00-9:00PM

THE STANLEY H. KAPLAN PENTHOUSE
Samuel B. & David Rose Building
70 Lincoln Center Plaza
(165 West 65th Street)
New York, New York 10023

BUSINESS/COCKTAIL ATTIRE
SAVORY & SWEET HORS D'OEUVRES
FULL OPEN BAR


GALA CO-CHAIRs

Andy Breslau
Senior Vice President, Alliance for Downtown New York

Marc Jahr
Senior Advisor, Forsyth Advisors

benefit committee

(In Formation)
Colvin Grannum
David R. Jones
Joe Calderone
Julie Sandorf
Mark Edmiston
Mark Willis
Michael Powell
Teresa Gonzalez

gala patrons

(In Formation)
Anne and Joel Ehrenkranz, Avery and Andrew Barth, Bart Friedman and Wendy Stein, Carole Pittelman, Cheryl and Blair Effron, Cheryl and Philip Milstein, Gabriella de Ferrari, Georgette Bennett and Leonard Polonsky, Ginny and Dick Martin, Graves and Colleen Tompkins, James and Barbara Block, Janice Savin Williams and Christopher J. Williams, Jennie & Richard DeScherer, Judy and Josh Weston, Keith Lieberthal, Nancy and Morris W. Offit, Neal Shapiro, Robert Alexander, Ronald Daniel and Lise Scott, Ronay and Richard Menschel, Russell W. Granet, Timothy J. McClimon and Suzanne Berman, Tony Bechara

sponsors

(In Formation)
Geto & de Milly
Loeb & Loeb LLP
Monadnock Development
RiseBoro Community Partnership Inc.
Spring Creek Towers