Today's Giveaway: Two Tickets To Tonight's "Collective Consciousness" Benefit Gala ($250 Value)

by guestofaguest · May 6, 2010

    "Collective Consciousness" - a fund-raising gala for young professionals, hosted by the Jr. Committee of the Alzheimer's Association, NYC, is hosting their Spring Gala tonight and giving one of our readers' a chance to be the Guest of a Guest. You and guest will be given two tickets (a $250 value) for tonight's event. To enter to win, you must be a newsletter subscriber. SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER HERE!

    We will be drawing the winner later today.

    The event, which will be held at the Hudson Terrace (621 West 46th Street), will take place from 8:00 pm- 11:00pm and will include cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, music by DJ Chachi, dancing, and a silent auction. Items include a Gotham Dream Car Tour, a tour of ESPN, a Jimmy Fallon tour, two tickets to the annual Alzheimer’s Association, New York City Chapter Forget-Me-Not Gala in June; luxury apparel and dining experiences; a 30-day pass to New York Sports Club; and tickets to The Daily Show; among others.

    Go to [] for more information, and to purchase your tickets for tonight's party! Alzheimer's disease is a progressive neurological disorder that severely diminishes a person's memory, ability to reason and, ultimately, the ability to function. Every 70 seconds someone in America develops Alzheimer’s. By mid-century, someone will develop the disease every 33 seconds. The event’s proceeds will help the Chapter serve the more than 250,000 people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s that live in the five boroughs of New York City, their family members and caregivers in addition to providing vital funds for research.

    The Junior Committee of the Alzheimer’s Association, New York City Chapter is dedicated to raising awareness about Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias to a generation who may not be as familiar with the statistics and devastating effects of the disease. This is accomplished through events, education and support to further the efforts of the New York City Chapter. Committee members include young professional in their 20s and 30s.