The DREAM Project to Honor Major League Baseball All-Star Robinson Cano
Henry Santos & Leslie Grace to Host 4th Annual Benefit, Suenos 2015
The event will take place on November 12th at the exclusive 40/40 Club in New York City
Early Bird Tickets are available until October 1st
NEW YORK, Sept. 15, 2015 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — As we approach the gift-giving season, we are counting the days to celebrate and give back to those who need it most. The DREAM Project (Dominican Republic Education and Mentoring Project) is pleased to announce its 4th Annual NYC Benefit: Suenos 2015 to continue offering high quality education to more than 6,000 underserved Dominican youth and break the cycle of poverty in more than 15 communities throughout the Dominican Republic.
Suenos 2015 will be presented by Latin GRAMMY Award winning singer Henry Santos and Latin GRAMMY nominated singer and Bachata sensation Leslie Grace, who have become Ambassadors of DREAM’s impactful programs. The bash is set to take place at the exclusive 40/40 Club in Manhattan on November 12, 2015 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
This year, The Dream Project will honor Major League Baseball All-Star Robinson Cano, for his exceptional work supporting Dominican youth through his RC22 Foundation.
Suenos 2015 will bring together New York’s most prominent philanthropists, celebrities and invited guests, including the critically acclaimed author and Pulitzer Prize winner Junot Diaz; NBA All Star Al Horford, Miss Dominican Republic 2002 and Miss Universe 2003 Amelia Vega, TV and radio personality Carlos Lamarche, UFC’s Alex Garcia, Ariel Pichardo and Kassandra Fernandez, Mr. and Miss Dominican Republic US as well as several cast members from the hit series Orange is the New Black, among many others.
Tickets are available at: www.dominicandream.org.
- General Admission: $200 per person Early Birth Special until October 1st 2015. $250 per person after October 1st.
- VIP Lounge Tables – Call (607)-216-4697 or email: email@example.com
All proceeds from the event will go towards DREAM’s early childhood development, at-risk youth and workforce development programs. As official sponsors of this year’s event, JetBlue, UBS, Playa Grande Club & Reserve, The 40/40 Club and LatinTrends, are placing a premium on this critical need.
We look forward to celebrating with you at this year’s DREAM Project Annual Benefit.
Follow us @thedreamproject #DominicanSuenos #DREAMNYC2015.
About The DREAM Project:
The Dominican Republic Education and Mentoring (DREAM) Project is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that focuses on early childhood education, high quality primary education, holistic youth development, and arts, culture and community enrichment. Their groundwork was laid in 1995 when a group of Dartmouth students came down for a semester to volunteer public schools in Cabarete, Dominican Republic. Today, DREAM helps more than 6,000 children receive a better education through its 14 programs in 15 different communities, affecting the lives of over 7,000 community members. For more information visit www.dominicandream.org
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