See Exclusive Performance By Emmy Award Winning Comic Kevin Meany
Win Red Carpet Premier Tickets to the TriBeCa Film Festival
Enjoy the Best Burgers in NYC, plus so much more
And best of all…. help children with autism!
Wednesday March 13 – City Hall Restaurant – 131 Duane Street, NY, NY
Thanks to the generosity of Chef Henry Meer we would like to once again invite you to join us for an evening of burgers, beer and more at City Hall Restaurant, the TriBeCa landmark that NY Magazine called “the machismo of high-end red-meat consumption.” The evening includes live music, a silent auction and our Red Carpet Raffle.
- Sponsorship Opportunities ($250 – $5,000): Includes a range of hospitality and promotional opportunities. Past sponsors have included The Cozen O’Conner Foundation, The Maxim Group, Smith Mazure, Ogilvy Healthworld, Saatchi + Saatchi Health, Mayerson & Associates as well as individual philanthropists
- Individual Tickets ($120 apiece): Includes Beer, Wine, Hors D’oeuvres, Regular Burgers, Cheese Burgers, Bison Burgers, Side Dishes, Vegetarian Dishes Coffee, Luscious Desserts, City Hall’s Famous Brownies
- A La Carte Food and Beverage and Service Upgrades ($30 – $600): Include Seafood Bar, Fine Wine Upgrade and much more
- Donate Goods or Services to the Burgers For Autism Silent Auction. Past auction items include tickets to Broadway shows, lunch with a best-selling author and a year of NYC garage parking
About Burgers for Autism: Inspired by the struggles of friends and family members who had children with autism, two brothers, Adam and Jason Beckerman, set about to make a difference. Building on the success of their burger blog and aided by the generosity of Chef Henry Meer of City Hall Restaurant, Burgers for Autism was born in 2010 Guests at the sell-out events included Miss New Jersey International as well as leaders in the autism, advertising and legal community.
Funds raised by Burgers For Autism help provide educational services for children with autism, train new professionals, research effective treatment and build awareness of autism.