2022 Third Party Event Fundraisers

We are proud to recognize our partners who raised funds on our behalf by holding innovative community fundraisers. For ideas on how you can host your own fundraiser download our Third Party Event Toolkit.

  • For the ninth year in a row, Huntington Honda made a donation for every test drive in October.
  • Our friends at the Long Island Women’s Inter-Club Tennis League made a generous donation in support of breast health education.
  • Supporting us for the ninth straight year, Dan’s Pet Care  held their Paws for a Cause fundraiser for the Foundation.
  • Max Mara at Americana Manhasset held a chat with Dr. Maurer for shoppers and donated 10% of sales.
  • For every Power of Pink Bracelet purchased in October, Brighton Collectibles Walt Whitman donated $10 to the Foundation.
  • The Rallye Motor Company generously donated a portion of sales and service from their AcuraBMWLexus and Motors divisions.
  • The students and staff of Woodlawn Middle School sold pink t-shirts and donated the proceeds to support breast health.
  • The Max Challenge in Commack hosted a workout class, sold t-shirts and sweatshirts, and accepted donations for the Foundation.
  • “Generation Girls” bracelets were sold by the students of Longwood High School in support of breast health.
  • The young professionals of Rise Networking Group threw a Halloween Bash at Black Sheep Ale House in Mineola with proceeds donated.
  • Wired Coffee House in Oceanside sold pink sweatshirts with proceeds benefitting breast health education.
  • East Hampton High School dressed in pink for a pink workout day and collected donations.
  • During the month of October SilverFox Studios donated a portion of each photo contract booked to the Foundation.
  • The incredible students and staff of PS/MS 47Q hosted two bake sales, a dress-down day, and a walkathon on the Rockaway Beach Boardwalk raising funds and awareness.
  • City Row-Plainview held a 90-minute fitness class, sold ribbons, and collected donations.
  • Beauty Counter hosted a table at the City Row event and donated 15% of sales.
  • Accompsett Middle School students sold shirts and wore them on Tuesdays in the month of October.