Alec Baldwin and Family join forces with The LIHB in the fight against Breast Cancer for the 9THAnnual 2019 Long Island Hospitality Ball. For the 5th year we are benefitting the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund at the Crest Hollow Country Club, June 24, 2019
In the spirit of generosity, three industry peers will be honored in 2019 for their achievements: David C. Drucker: Executive Vice President, Sales, Empire Merchants
John Murray, Jr.: Owner Mulcahy’s Pub and Concert Hall
Ed Lowe Media Award: Richard J. Scholem, Restaurant Consultant and Critic; former NY Times Restaurant Critic
This year the goal is to top the 2018 total ofover$410,000 for our recipient and partner in fighting cancer, CAROL M. BALDWIN BREAST CANCER RESEARCH FUND.
THE LONG ISLAND HOSPITALITY BALL
LIHB shows off its hospitality talents by showcasing offerings from the region’s top restaurants, wine and spirit brands, nightclubs and entertainers as well as hotels and catering halls.This will be the 5th year where the LIHB will raise funds for the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund, Inc. The LIHB was founded in 2011 by Keith Hart and the LIHB Board of Directors. Mr. Hart is a hospitality industry guru and cancer survivor. His personal battle with cancer is now in remission and has inspired him to rally the industry to join the fight against cancer. Long Island’s top cover bands and entertainers, including Sal “The Voice” Valentinetti, the 2016 Golden Buzzer Winner from “America’s Got Talent”, “That 70’s Band”, “Lime” and DJ Theo perform throughout the property and throughout the evening. Many celebrities and sports stars are expected to attend including the Baldwin family. This event is indoor/outdoor and is rain or shine. For information on tickets, time and location http://www.eventbrite.com/o/long-island-hospitality-ball
THE CAROL M BALDWIN BREAST CANCER RESEARCH FUND INC.(www.findacure.org)
Carol M. Baldwin is not only the founder; she is a Breast Cancer Survivor. The Baldwin family firmly believes that the key to finding a cure for Breast Cancer is by providing the funding necessary to allow researchers to learn more about this disease. There have been many significant advances in the methods of detection and treatments for breast cancer, yet many women continue to lose their battle every year as they succumb to the devastating effects of this disease. Our mission is to find a cure – nothing less.
Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fundhas awarded close to 100 research grants totaling in excess of $5 million to medical research. 90% of all donations go directly towards funding research.