Gala

The Trust for Public Land 2014 Gala

 

TPL NY Gala 2014

 

The Trust for Public Land invites you to join us for our 2014 Gala to be held in New York on Wednesday, October 15th.

At our second annual Gala, we are proud to honor Michael J. Kowalski and The Tiffany & Co. Foundation for their commitment to the environment, in particular their work to improve and enhance urban parks in New York and around the world. As a leading funder in our Campaign to Save Cahuenga Peak in Los Angeles, they helped to permanently protect 138 acres of pristine, wild land adjacent to the world famous Hollywood Sign.

Our Co-Chairs of the event are our National Board Directors George Bell, Page Cowles, Douglas Durst and Caroline Niemczyk and New York Advisory Board members Emanuel Stern and Lisa Sarajian. We would be delighted if you would take part in this quintessential New York evening.

For more than forty years, The Trust for Public Land has conserved land for people to enjoy as parks, gardens, and other natural places, ensuring livable communities for generations to come. With a leadership team that includes Adrian Benepe, former NYC Parks Commissioner, we have become the nation’s leader in creating urban parks and other green spaces where children and their families can play and connect with nature. Our work in New York City has included the design and construction of nearly 200 playgrounds, saving 70 community gardens from development, and the creation or expansion of numerous city parks and open space. We are also at the forefront of the current debate on how to address the looming climate crisis with a three-pronged conservation program to help reduce greenhouse gasses, promote climate adaptation, and create park-rich, climate-smart, and sustainable cities.

The 2014 Gala will celebrate The Trust for Public Land’s more than four decades of achievement and will help to ensure our ability to continue to preserve open space, create city parks and conserve land for people.

We look forward to having you join us on October 15th!

For information, please contact Susie Hanchett | Susan.Hanchett@tpl.org | 212.574.6873