Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Black Nonprofit Presents Day of Service in NYC

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New York, NY -- The Maroon Society (TMS), a registered 501(c)3 non profit organization committed to supporting institutions who primarily serve underutilized and underrepresented communities and people, will be hosting a 'Day of Service' on Saturday, July 27 in New York City.

The day will kick off with The Inaugural Maroon Society Achieve Brunch at Monarch Rooftop and Lounge (71 W 35th Street) between 12pm-3pm EST, also hosted by co-founder Kian Brown (@kianbrown) and actress Paulina Singer (@zuzusilk).

The brunch will be joined by a select group of 2019 honorees, which include:

* Muhammed Wilkerson, professional athlete and philanthropist
* Felicia 'Snoop' Pearson, actor and advocate
* Robert Ri'chard, Emmy award-winning actor, health and wellness advocate
* Dalia Davies Flanagan, founder of WELM Media and host of Melanated Mom Talk podcast
* Walla Elsheikh, co-founder and CEO of Birthright Africa
* Sydney Ireland, first female Eagle Scout aspirant

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Tickets are available online, and include:

* The Achiever -- $111.11: Premium brunch with an unlimited mimosa bar and a tax deductible gift.

* Revolutionary Maroon -- $251.11: VIP accommodations at premium brunch with an unlimited mimosa bar. Also includes 'Achieve' hat and a tax deductible gift.

* Ain't Too Proud To Beg -- $1,111.11: Ultra VIP accommodations at premium brunch with an unlimited mimosa bar. Also includes 'Achieve' brand apparel package, one ticket to Ain't Too Proud To Beg (The Story of The Temptations on Broadway on 7/27 at 8pm EST) and a tax deductible gift.

At the conclusion of the brunch, participants are invited to help assemble care bags for people experiencing hunger or have no home. Those interested will then walk to Penn Station to deliver bags. Subsequently, a back-to-school supply drive will be held at 127 Allen Street Cut and Shave between 3pm-5pm EST the same day.

About The Maroon Society
Established to support educational institutions who cater to underutilized communities and populations by providing financial support, coaching, and brand elevation for maximum impact and exposure.

From historically Black colleges to after-school and mentorship programs, TMS advocates for equity, access to quality health, wealth and education for all people groups.

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