Past
Donations
41-74 Club of
New York

 

The 41-74 Club of New York, Inc.
has supported many
charitable organizations
throughout the years. Below
are some of our recent
contributions:

Spring Gala Fundraiser
2014/2015 St Mary's Kids
$3,200
2011/2012 Milagros Day Worldwide
$2,200
2010/2011 Yorkville Common Pantry
$1,500
2009/2010 Sanctuary for Families
$2,821
2008/2009 CitySquash
$3,229.80

Holiday Luncheon
2014/2015 New York Cares
$8,000
2012/2013 Housing+Solutions
$6,308
2011/2012 Sadie Nash
$7,1500
2010/2011 Susan’s Place
$5,000
2009/2010 Sanctuary for Families
$15,201
2008/2009 Groove with Me, Inc.
$4,514

Covenant House

2015/2016 $500

Cerebral Palsy

2014/2015 $200

Cystic Fibrosis 

2014-2015 $200

NY Cares

2014/2015 $7,750

Brooklyn Walk of Remembrance 

2014/2015 $265 

2014-2015 American Cancer Society

$600

Americashare (Mercy)
2011/2012 $1,500
2010/2011 $1,500
2009/2010 $1,165
2008/2009 $1,500

American Red Cross
2009/2010 $280 for Haiti Relief

Tourism Cares
2009/2010 $500 in memory of BW

  Philanthropy
Endeavors
41-74 Club of
New York

 

Philanthropy is one of the main pillars of the 41°-74° Club that makes us stand out amongst other travel/hospitality industry organizations. The club hosts two successful fundraising events each year, the Holiday Luncheon and Annual Spring Fundraiser. The Philanthropic Committee carefully researches local charities to ascertain the best recipients of our contributions. We often support other causes as the need arises. 

2016 Holiday Luncheon & Fundraiser: 

 

Americashare:


MERCY SYOMBUA

Our little sister in Kenya is Mercy Syombua, who was born in 1993 and is now 23 years old. Mercy is a double orphan - both her parents have died, and she and her younger sister are cared for by their aunt. Mercy lives in Mukuru - a large slum outside Nairobi, Kenya, where poverty is a tragic reality for its residents.

It is estimated that families of five members are surviving on an average of USD 1.30 per day. Mukuru has an estimated population of 325,000+ of which 60% are under the age of 18. There is an estimated HIV prevalence rate of 15%, and approximately 30% to 40% of the children have been orphaned by HIV/AIDS.

Mercy loves to read, especially novels. She strives to excel in school, so she can become a doctor or a nurse. In Kenya there is a national exam at the end of Primary School, called the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE). The results from the test rank the students nationally and determine their placement level for high school. Mercy completed this test in December of 2008.  Now Mercy is in Form 3 at Kavingoni Secondary School (3rd year of High School) and is doing very well.