2023 Charitable Events Score Big in October

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 contact our Event Manager, Katie Vernal, for access to our Third Party Toolkit.

  • For the 10th year in a row, Huntington Honda made a donation for every test drive in October. This year they included their colleagues at Garden City Mazda and North Coast Subaru, who also committed $10 for every test drive in October!
  • At the end of their successful tennis season, 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 seventh straight year, Dan’s Pet Care held their Paws for a Cause fundraiser for the Foundation. In addition to their fundraiser, Dan’s Pet Care has been a vocal advocate for breast health on social media!
  • Sonia’s Florist donated $25 for every charity bloom sold.
  • Saks Fifth Avenue hosted a Shop to Benefit event in April and again in October where they donated a portion of their sales to The Maurer Foundation.
  • For every Power of Pink Bracelet purchased in October, Brighton Collectibles Walt Whitman donated $10.
  • The Rallye Motor Company generously donated a portion of sales and service from their Rallye Motors, Rallye BMWRallye Lexus and Rallye Acura divisions. Rallye Lexus also hosted a bake sale!
  • For every open play session booked $1 was donated by Oh My Goodness Kids a modern indoor play space and cafe in Garden City & Port Washington.
  • Lea Moalemi of Rise Networking Group hosted an awareness benefit with Pure Mammography in Roosevelt Field with proceeds donated.
  • Wantagh High School’s Sports Booster Club sold t-shirts.
  • Pack Athletic Club hosted a fitness challenge.
  • Pink drinks and treats sold at Jake’s 58 helped support Maurer.
  • Sayville Key Club got creative and hosted a cupcake war.
  • Shaolin Kempo honored breast cancer awareness month by selling pink karate belts.
  • 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.
  • Accompsett Middle School students sold breast cancer bracelets and pink donuts.
  • Ship Wreck Cove requested donations from visitors of their haunted pirate ship.
  • Bayport-Blue Point girls varsity soccer team played for an extra-special goal, raising funds for The Maurer Foundation through private donations, a 50/50 raffle, and bake sale.