The Frick’s annual Young Fellows Ball, now in its twenty-second year, is consistently named by The New York Times as one of New York City’s top social events of the season. Benefiting programs at the museum and Frick Art Reference Library, the Ball is attended by more than five hundred guests, including many of the Frick’s most dedicated young supporters.
For over 80 years, the Kosciuszko Foundation’s Ball has been the premier social event in the 10 million-strong Polish-American community and the most important fundraiser supporting Foundation’s mission. The Foundation awards over $1 million annually in grants, fellowships, and scholarships, and on average, 200 scholars, scientists, students, and artists benefit from the Foundation’s financial assistance.
Every spring, sailors, sailing enthusiasts and party people gather for the Annual Sailors Ball. Proceeds from the Sailors Ball benefit the New York Harbor Sailing Foundation.
The English Ball is St. George’s Society of New York’s annual black-tie gala typically held each spring to recognize distinguished members of the Anglo-American and Commonwealth community and SGSNY’s charitable mission.
For over eighty years, the RNA has raised funds and awareness in their assistance of members of the Russian diaspora, as well as organizations that support Russian historical and cultural efforts.
Each year, the Viennese Opera Ball supports charitable projects connected to the communities in New York and Vienna.
For over 75 years, The Society of MSK has raised essential philanthropic funds to help drive landmark innovations in cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and patient care at MSK.
Proceeds from The Conservatory Ball support the The New York Botanical Garden's preeminent botanical research, children’s education, and horticulture programs.
All proceeds from the YPC Gala’s will go towards Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation’s music therapy and cancer research programs.
This event is organized by the Bohemian Benevolent and Literary Association and Vaclav Havel Library Foundation. All proceeds will benefit the Vaclav Havel Library Foundation, a not-for-profit organization established in the United States to promote values of freedom and democracy, and to honor and preserve the legacy of Vaclav Havel, former president of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic.
Inspired by Chroma: Ancient Sculpture in Color, you are summoned to ~ dress to the Divines ~ for The Apollo Circle's annual black-tie benefit celebration.
The Apollo Circle Benefit is an annual black-tie event hosted by young supporters of the Museum. Proceeds support conservation and scholarly research at The Met.
To benefit Bigs & Littles NYC Mentoring.
The Swiss Society of New York organizes and supports events and initiatives, independently or in partnership with other organizations.
The purpose of Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation for Cancer Research is to encourage the development of more effective therapies for patients with leukemia, lymphoma and related cancers.
The Board of Trustees and the administration of The Holland Society of New York are pleased to announce the revival of the much-beloved Holland Society Annual Dinner Dance.
Benefiting The New York Caledonian Club, which creates and facilitates opportunities for friendly social events and educational workshops in order to maintain and strengthen connections with Scotland and Scottish diaspora communities around the world.
The Yorkville Ball is an important source of funding for the vital fee-free programs and social services that Search and Care provides. We receive very limited public funding, relying almost entirely on private contributions.
The White Cross Ball of New York City raises money to support three of the Order of Malta's international humanitarian works: The Holy Family Hospital of Bethlehem Foundation; Malteser International, Order of Malta Worldwide Relief; and The Order of Malta's summer camps for disabled youth.
By Invitation Only
The Mayflower Ball is the main fund-raising event of the New York State Society for its Educational Programs.
By Invitation Only: All members of the Society of Mayflower Descendants and their friends and family are invited to attend, as well as all former debutantes and their families.
The New England Society Scholarship Program assists New York City students at New England colleges and universities.
By Invitation Only
Maya’s Hope works to improve the quality of life of orphaned, impoverished, and special-needs children on a global scale.
The central mission of French Heritage Society is to ensure that the treasures of our shared French architectural and cultural heritage survive to inspire future generations to build, dream, and create by: preserving the rich French architectural and cultural heritage throughout France and in the US by raising funds for restoration, preservation and cultural grants; transmitting and safeguarding the skills, knowledge and love of the heritage through transatlantic educational programs for students, architects, artisans, art connoisseurs and collectors; fostering Franco-American friendship and cross-cultural exchange through select tours in France and the U.S., lectures, conferences, galas and other events on both side of the Atlantic.
The American Scandinavian Society of New York is a Pan-Scandinavian membership organization devoted to bringing educational, artistic and musical events with a Nordic character to the Greater New York Area.
The dual purpose of the Ball is to preserve a beautiful tradition of formally presenting a young lady into society and, of course, to support the Piarist Schools. These superb schools continue to provide excellent quality education, free of charge to poor and deserving children.
The Annual Petroushka Ball supports a great cause, benefiting the Russian Children’s Welfare Society (RCWS) charitable programs.
Hosted by the Permanent Missions of Austria and Switzerland.
By Invitation Only: Open to all Permanent Representatives to the United Nations, Deputy Permanent Representatives, Election Officers, and other invited guests.
The Quadrille is dedicated to promoting Trans-Atlantic friendship and understanding by raising funds to benefit the Germanistic Society of America’s Scholarship Fund for the exchange of American and German graduate and undergraduate students.
To honor George Washington and to benefit Fraunces Tavern® Museum. Fraunces Tavern Museum’s mission is to preserve and interpret the history of the American Revolutionary era through public education. This mission is fulfilled through the interpretation and preservation of the Museum's collections, landmarked buildings, and varied public programs that serve the community.
Winter Ball is a special black-tie event, bringing together volunteers, family, and friends to honor recipients of our Outstanding Sustainer and Outstanding Volunteer Awards, the New York Junior League’s highest honor. Our largest fundraiser also celebrates both our community projects and our women volunteers who dedicate themselves to improving communities in New York City.
Blossom Ball is a night to celebrate all those who have worked so hard for the endometriosis cause. The Blossom Ball is an elegant and fun evening to raise money so EndoFound can continue its important advocacy work, outreach, and education to schools, and fund landmark research that gets us each year closer to a cure.
The Ball provides a friendly social context where young men and women from all over the world meet one another, have a wonderful time and form lasting friendships.
By Invitation Only
Hosted by the Heritage, History + Humanities Initiative and Loom Happenings LLC to commemorate the anniversary of the first inauguration of George Washington in the nation's first capital, New York City.
The Bal Polonaise was the Polish Assistance’s main fundraiser as well as one of the most prominent social galas in New York City.