Photo: Courtesy of The American Red Cross

Tomorrow June 3rd, The Young Professionals Council of Greater New York is hosting their Rally for Relief at Dream Downtown. At the event, guests will enjoy cocktails, great live music and the beautiful poolside ambiance of The Beach at Dream Downtown to benefit The Red Cross of Greater New York. 

The American Red Cross responds to over 70,000 disasters in the country, ranging from house fires to earthquakes and floods. They also support the country through sponsoring blood donations, offering support for military members and providing health/ safely courses like CPR and lifeguard training. Additionally, they offer support and disaster relief internationally through a network of volunteers in over 187 countries.

Photo: Courtesy of The American Red Cross

The Red Cross of Greater New York provides the same disaster aid and relief as its national counterpart to the Greater New York area, including Long Island, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, Westchester Counties and Greenwich, Connecticut. They also provide free resources for those in the area in need, like food, shelter, and emotional support. Tomorrow, New York residents have the chance to support this organization, all while sipping cocktails and mingling at the sunny, chic pool at Dream Downtown.  Invite friends and purchase tickets for Rally for Relief on their event page, powered by Host Committee. You can learn more about events The American Red Cross on the news and events page of their website. You can also follow and support through their various social media platforms like Facebook,  and Twitter.

-by Johanna Silver

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