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Join us for the 2021 CUP Benefit!

Join CUP for a rooftop evening of wine, music, and CUP projects! Sign up as a Sponsor of our 2021 Benefit! 

We are excited to bring the CUP community back together for a fully-outdoor event to celebrate our collaborations over the past year with the community organizations, designers, artists, educators, students, and community members, who worked so tirelessly during these difficult times to co-create visual, accessible tools to help marginalized communities access their rights and fight for social justice.

This year’s event will take place on Wednesday, October 13th, 2021 at Rooftop Reds, a rooftop winery in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. We’ll gather 100 supporters of social justice, lovers of visual culture, builders of infrastructure, and on-the-ground organizers to celebrate our work. Together we’ll enjoy some drinks and snacks, get special CUP gifts, and get a sneak peek at CUP’s brand-new website.

A full list of sponsorship opportunities is detailed below.

Wednesday, October 13th
6:00 – 9:00 PM 
Rooftop Reds, Brooklyn Navy Yard, Brooklyn

CUP will ask in-person guests to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination. We will abide by health guidelines provided by the CDC.

To read more about the event, our audience, and past sponsors, download the pdf below.

If you have questions about the 2021 CUP Benefit, contact Frampton@welcometocup.org.

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2021 Benefit Sponsorship Information
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2021 Benefit Tickets

A limited number of individual tickets are available to support CUP’s 2021 Benefit event. Tickets include admission to the event.

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Yes! I want to sponsor the 2021 CUP Benefit at the following level:

All 2021 sponsorships include name and logo (when applicable) featured at the event, listing in CUP’s e-newsletter, listing on CUP’s website, and a special CUP gift.

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All proceeds go to the Center for Urban Pedagogy, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that uses design and art to increase meaningful civic engagement.

Banner Sponsor

H3
Lauren Kogod & David Smiley
L + M Development Partners

Benefactor

Hirschen Singer Epstein LLP
Jason & Rebecca Karp
Metropolitan Recycling

Patron

Deborah Berke
Christine Coletta & Matt Bockelman
Cycle Architecture + Planning
DLANDstudio
Beom Jun Kim & Leticia Wouk Almino
Jeremy Robinson-Leon
WXY

Contributor

Architecture Research Office
Curtis + Ginsberg Architects

Gabrielle Esperdy & Julie Hertzog

Belmont Freeman

Rosalie Genevro
GRT Architects
Michael Haggerty, Starr Whitehouse
Sabrina Hall

Guido Hartray, Marvel Architects

HECTOR
Eric Lee

Leroy Street Studio
Grant Marani and Anne Rieselbach
Thomas L. McMahon, TLM Associates
MGMT. design

Betsy Weis

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    David Smiley, Chair
    Ariel Fausto, Vice Chair
    Beom Jun Kim, Treasurer
    Inbar Kishoni, Secretary
    Christine Coletta
    Sabrina Hall
    Rebecca Karp
    Ayanna Oliver-Taylor
    Jeremy Robinson-Leon 
    Dan Wiley
    Mari Yahagi

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