Island Park, NY – Over 2,000 business professionals are expected to flood Pop’s Seafood Shack & Grill for All Boro’s first annual Beach Bash Benefit on Saturday, September 12th from 3pm – 7pm. The evening will boast the music of a talented DJ’ in addition to live reggae, raffle prizes, silent auctions, BBQ, mixed grill, and open bar for the low ticket price of $75.
While the event provides an opportunity for business professionals to unwind after a long work week, as they mix and mingle in their flip flops, the real reason behind this event is to raise money for local organizations that make direct impacts in our community.
Our mission is to raise awareness of established charities and create a partnership to better the common good for those in need. We are doing this event to give back and pay it forward because it feels great inside. All Boro is a One Source Service company not only with in the Restoration, Remediation & Construction fields but Charity as well.
The three organizations to be benefited include: PinkTie1000, a new initiative under PinkTie.org | Real Estate Professionals Networking For A Cure, Sunrise Day Camp, and Long Island Fight for Charity.
For more information, please visit: www.allborobeachbashbenefit.org
PinkTie.org’s core mission is to benefit local organizations, nationwide, in the communities that we serve. Our vision is to find creative ways to bring our vast real estate network together, in support of education and research to find a cure for causes including (but not limited to_: breast cancer, autism, traumatic brain injury, and more.
About Sunrise Day Camp
Sunrise Day Camp – Long Island is the world’s first full-summer day camp for children with cancer and their siblings, provided completely free of charge. The fun, friendship and smiles continue year round through various camp-like programs and in-hospital services.
About Long Island Fight for Charity
Long Island Fight for Charity helps individuals and families in need and invites men and women from the business community to volunteer to help raise funds by participating as volunteer boxers. Since 2002, nearly $1 million has been raised for local charities.