Hearts for ARCS Valentine's Charity Ball 2010

Hearts for ARCS Valentine's Charity Ball 2010

Mark your calendars for the 2010 Hearts for ARCS Valentine’s Charity Ball, scheduled for Saturday, February 13, 2010 from 7 pm to midnight at the C.V. Rich Mansion in White Plains, NY. This elegant affair features a cocktail hour with delicious hors d’oeuvre by Caperberry Events, open bar all evening, a silent auction, three-course gourmet dinner, dance music provided by DanceTime Entertainment, and the presentation of our annual “Hearts for ARCS” Awards.

This year’s honorees are New York State Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins and Bedford Hills businesswoman Marcy Furman. Both are being honored for their tireless efforts on behalf of Westchester County’s HIV/AIDS and LGBT communities.

Tickets are $150 per person.

Special “Early Bird” Rate! Reserve a table of 10 before January 29, 2010 and receive $25 off each ticket! That’s just $1,250 for a table of ten, so gather your friends, family or colleagues to take advantage of this special price.

Guests can also enjoy a special discounted hotel package at Hyatt Summerfield Suites in White Plains. For just $119 for the night, you can turn the Valentine’s Charity Ball into a special sweethearts’ weekend at this all-suite hotel located minutes away from the C.V. Rich Mansion. Free shuttle to and from the Ball as well as a free breakfast buffet and a special gift!

For more information, call Jana at (914) 785-8283 to request your invitation, or visit our Contact page. More details to come!

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2 Responses to “Hearts for ARCS Valentine's Charity Ball 2010”

  1. Austin Stephens says:

    How can a person receive training as a HIV/AIDS case managment and that person is currently housed in the shelter.

    • jdewey says:

      Hi Austin – our trainings are provided free of charge to anyone who registers and are open to the public. Many of our case management positions require degrees or credentials in social work or related fields, however. My advice would be to have the person speak to an advisor at a local college that offers programs in social work or public health education. Their status as a shelter resident should never be a barrier to pursuing an education.

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