2022 Fair Housing Gala

October 19, 2022 @ 6:00PM — 9:00PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) Add to Calendar

Crest Hollow Country Club: 8325 Jericho Tpke Woodbury, NY 11797 Get Directions

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Celebrate Fair Housing Victories

Honoring Mitchell Pally, CEO of Long Island Builders Institute

On October 19, 2022, Long Island Housing Services, Inc. (LIHS) will honor Mitchell Pally, CEO of the Long Island Builder's Institute (LIBI), at their Fair Housing Gala for his outspoken advocacy of fair housing rights. Long Island Housing Services will host its Fair Housing Gala at Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury, NY.


"I am honored to have been selected by Long Island Housing Services for this very prestigious honor," said Mr. Pally. "Long Island Housing Services has played a major and very meaningful role in working towards a Long Island where everyone, regardless of income, has a proper place to live and I have tried to play my small part in pursuing the same goal at LIBI.I look forward to being with everyone on Oct 19 for this very important Gala which will provide the resources necessary to keep our goal alive."

Mr. Pally was selected as the Chief Executive Officer of the Long Island Builders Institute in December 2010. The Long Island Builders Institute is the largest home building trade association in New York State, representing all parts of the home construction industry.

"As President of Long Island Housing Services, it is a privilege to honor Mitch for his extraordinary commitment toward making affordable - fair housing on Long Island a reality," said Connie Lassandro. "I have worked over the years with him and there is no one who is more passionate, dedicated than him.In gratitude, we say 'thanks'!"

All proceeds from this event will go to support the critical work of fulfilling Long Island Housing Services’ mission. To honor Mr. Pally with a sponsorship, please visit the LIHS’ website at www.lifairhousing.org Long Island Housing Services is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, so donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. LIHS continues to achieve the GuideStar Platinum Seal of Transparency

Long Island Housing Services is an over-half-century-old Civil Rights organization focused on fair housing. Their mission is the elimination of unlawful housing discrimination and promotion of decent and affordable housing through advocacy and education. Since the 1970’s, Long Island Housing Services has served as a HUD-approved Qualified Fair Housing Enforcement Organization and a HUD-approved Housing Counseling agency.

Sponsorship Levels


VISIONARY · $10,000**
Only two (2) available.
 Journal inside front cover or back cover.
Full page: 7.25” (w) x 10” (h)
 Tickets for 8 guests

PARTNER · $5,000**
 One full-page ad in event journal.

 Tickets for 6 guests

CATALYST FOR CHANGE · $2,500**
 Half-page ad in event journal. 7.25” x4.5”

 Tickets for 4 guests

CHAMPION · Starting at $1,000
 Quarter-page ad in event journal. 3.5”x4.5”

 Ticket for 2 guests

ADVOCATE · $500
 Business card ad in event journal 3.25 x1.75

 Ticket for 1 guest

FRIEND · $250
 Special listing in journal (100 characters).

 Ticket for 1 guest

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**Premium Sponsorship levels include:

  • Company logo and name in all promotional material and publicity,
  • Company logo and name on event webpage and during Gala
  • Recognition in LIHS’ signature Fair Housing Guidebook 2023 version in English & Spanish
  • Social media recognition

Email camera-ready (non-bleed) artwork as 300 dpi or higher image files with all images and fonts embedded to info@LIFairHousing.org .

Donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

Sincerely,

Ian Wilder, Esq.
Executive Director
ian@lifairhousing.org
(631) 567-5111, Ext. 314

A big thank you to our sponsors!

Partner Sponsorship
Anonymous
New York Community Bank
M&T Bank
Catalyst for Change Sponsorship
Champion Sponsorship
Town of Brookhaven
Concern for Independent Living, Inc.
Luis Valenzuela
Advocate Sponsorship
Michelle Santantonio
Friend Sponsorship
Salvatore Ferro

$30,500 raised by 30 people

$226,000

Support us with a donation.

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