We are delighted to invite you to participate in ASPIRA of New York's 2014 annual Circle of Latino Achievers Gala Event, "Building on 50 Years of Investing in Latino Youth," on Thursday, April 10th at 6:00-10:00 p.m. at Espace, located at 635 West 42nd Street in New York, NY. This year, we are honoring New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito with the Dr. Antonia Pantoja Leadership Award.
This year marks ASPIRA of New York's 53rd Anniversary. The occasion promises to be an inspiring night focused on recognizing corporate achievers, as well as honorees who have made a difference in the Latino community.
We hope you will join us in supporting ASPIRA of New York. Below you will find a list of sponsorship opportunities for the Gala. We would really appreciate you championing this grand event, which will help raise funds for scholarships and programming that will positively impact the lives of students and their families.
To register for this Event or To become a Sponsor Click Here
Puerto Rican Artist Elizabeth Erazo Baez Donates Artwork for ASPIRA of New York College Access Fundraiser.
New York- Since 1961, ASPIRA of New York, Inc.has been committed to the development of Puerto Rican/Latino youth through educational and leadership development programs that emphasize commitment to the community and pride in the Puerto Rican/Latino culture.
Inspired by ASPIRA of New York’s legacy of serving New York City youth and their families with growth opportunities academically, socially and culturally, Puerto Rican Artist, Elizabeth Erazo Baez created "Latino Pride", a unique piece of art that depicts the diversity of ASPIRA’s students. Raffle tickets for an opportunity to own “Latino Pride” will be sold from January 31, 2014 through April 5, 2014.
To Visit Elizabeth Erazo Baez's Website Click here
Featured artist, Elizabeth Erazo Baez is a Brooklyn native, born to Puerto Rican parents, who now resides in Miami, Florida. She is inspired by love of family life, America, exploration of Latino culture, and pride in her Puerto Rican culture-- being "Boricua". We are excited about this opportunity to collaborate with the Harlem Fine Arts Show to showcase the talents of diverse artists and absolutely honored that Ms. Baez chose to donate proceeds from her inspirational artwork to ASPIRA of New York, Inc.
To purchase raffle tickets for an opportunity to own this beautiful depiction of Latino pride please click here! The winner of the raffle will be announced on April 10, 2014 at ASPIRA's Circle of Achievers Dinner.
To Purchase Raffle Tickets Click Here