An annual springtime fund-raising event, this black-tie-optional Gala offers an evening of dining and dancing to benefit special projects of St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center.
2014 Gala: Passage to India, an evening of culture and cuisine to benefit St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation
Friday, May 30 - Turning Stone Resort Casino
Since its inception in 1992, St. Joseph’s Hospital's Gala Dinner Dance has raised more than $4.5 million to benefit hospital programs, including cardiac services, medical imaging, the college of nursing, operating rooms, dialysis services and the neonatal intensive care unit. Proceeds from the gala play an important part in St. Joseph’s ability to provide a higher level of care to our Central New York community.
This colorful, festive event was a tribute to Indian culture filled with zeal and enthusiasm with 870 attendees. Central New York Infusion Services, LLC, will once again be the presenting sponsor. The evening featured dining and dancing to the live music of Atlas. Cocktails began at 6:45 p.m. in the event center atrium, with dinner and dancing following at 8 p.m. in the main ballroom. Black tie was optional. Overnight accommodations are available every year at a discounted rate by calling 1-800-771-7711.
New this year the Gala featured a special cash raffle with cash prizes of $10,000, $5,000 and two $2,500 winners!
For more information, contact St. Joseph's Foundation at 315-703-2128, or email email@example.com.
[Photo 1: 2014 Gala - St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation netted more than $350,000 at its annual gala dinner dance on May 30 at the Turning Stone Resort and Casino. Pictured from left to right are Special Gala guest, Miss America 2014 Nina Davuluri, her mother and Gala Co-Chair Mrs. Sheela Davuluri, Meena Davuluri and Kathryn Ruscitto, St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center President & CEO]
[Photo 2: 2014 Gala - Pictured left to right are Lisa Laribee, Katie Iles, Rebecca Moulton, Pamela Kleine and Colleen Lupia, gathered at the Gala Cash Raffle table]
[Photo 3: 2014 Gala - A Passage to India ice sculpture and martini luge]