NYC Urban Professional Holiday Party With A Purpose

Updated: Nov 2, 2021


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The New York Empire State Medical Association along with Nine NYC Black Professional Organizations invites you to the


NYC Urban Professionals Holiday Party with a Purpose

Wednesday, December 16th ORBIT New York – 641 West 50th, NY NY 10019 5:30pm – 10:00pm


$25 “early bird” online payment, now -12/9 $30 online payment 12/10 – 12/14, noon cut-off $40 at the door


*Complimentary Hors D’oeuvers*


Don’t miss this rare opportunity to interact with multiple black professional organizations at one exclusive event! Proceeds from this year’s event will go to the March of Dimes dedicated to improving the health of babies – in memory of Jonah Daniel Lodge Bing. As powerfully illustrated in this video clip from Unnatural Causes, Black babies are 2-3 times more likely not to make it to their first birthday as compared to other babies. (Note: Funds raised will go towards the New York City area and the Campaign for Black Babies managed by the National Birth Equity Collaborative.) Join us as we network with other discerning professionals across a variety of industries and donate to a great cause.  Representatives from each organization will be present if you would like to learn more and get involved.

Music by DJ Jon Quick and DJ Spider

Hosted by: Avant-Garde Network Black Data Processing Association (BDPA) Black Ivy League Events Metropolitan Black Bar Association (MBBA) National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) New York Empire State Medical Association (NYESMA) New York Urban League Young Professionals (NYULYP) One Hundred Black Men

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