Banking/Consulting Networking Opportunity this Saturday in NYC
The NY Young Professionals chapter of the American Indian Foundation (AIF) is throwing a benefit this Saturday, March 1st to benefit the Rickshaw Bank, a livelihood initiative that uses qualified microfinance tactics to improve the lives of Rickshaw pullers. The target audience for the event are young professionals in finance (banking, private equity, and hedge funds primarily) and consulting. In addition to a great event - featuring dinner, a comedy show, and an OPEN BAR, there will be an opportunity to bid on lunches with AIF trustees including:
Rajat Gupta - Former head of McKinsey, director at Goldman Sachs, and advisor to the United Nations Secretary-General
Chip Kaye - Co-president of Warburg Pincus and Chairman of the US-India Business Counsil
There will also be a chance to bid on other silent auction items, such as tickets to the AIF gala (featuring Jeff Immelt - CEO of GE and Mukesh Ambani - Chairman of Reliance Industries?),2 round trip tickets to India, custom fitted shirts for men, La Mer skin care products, and gym memberships.
All proceeds will be donated to the Rickshaw Bank.
Save $25 by buying tickets on-line!: http://www.acteva.com/booking.cfm?bevaid=152231
Look forward to seeing you all.
[AIF NY Chapter] AIF NY Young Professionals Benefit - March 1st
The NY Young Professionals Chapter
cordially invites you to our First Annual Benefit
Wheels of Change
The Rickshaw Bank*
Read about the Rickshaw Bank in the Wall Street Journal
Saturday, March 1st
80 Fifth Avenue at 14th Street
New York City
8PM - Midnight
Program starts at 9PM
Premium open bar, dinner and entertainment
Featuring Comedian Vidur Kapur
Formal Attire - Tie Optional
Live Auction with 2 round trip tickets to India courtesy of Jet Airways
Online tickets - $125 : http://www.acteva.com/booking.cfm?bevaid=152231
At the door - $150
We encourage purchasing advanced tickets as space
is limited and we cannot guarantee availability at the door.
If you cannot attend, but would like to contribute
*A portion of the evening's proceeds will be donated towards
the Rickshaw Bank, a livelihood initiative that uses qualified
microfinance tactics to improve the lives of Rickshaw pullers.
Email [email protected] for more information.