You could waste your St. Patty’s Day running around Manhattan drinking with the frat boys. Or you could do some good for the world and attend the 5th annual Kelly Gang St. Patrick’s Day Reception at Michael’s, benefiting NFL quarterback Jim Kelly Hunter’s Hope and the Annie Moore Memorial Project.
Tix for the event are on the steep side ($125 in advance, $150 at the door) but how often can you say you were in a room with Jim Kelly, Keith Kelly, American Express Publishing CEO Ed Kelly, House Beautiful president and publisher Kate Kelly Smith and a host of media luminary with surnames such as Remnick (David), Min (Janice, White (Kate), Lipman (Joanne) and Bell (Today‘s EP Jim)?
Email kellygang at rubenstein dot com for ticking details. Of course, if you choose green beer, we won’t judge.
5th ANNUAL KELLY GANG ST. PATRICK’S DAY RECEPTION
TO BENEFIT NFL HALL OF FAMER JIM KELLY’S “HUNTER’S HOPE FOUNDATION” & THE ANNIE MOORE MEMORIAL PROJECT
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A St. Patrick’s Day benefit hosted by the Kelly Gang, Inc. honoring former Buffalo Bills Quarterback, Jim Kelly and the organization he founded, Hunter’s Hope, will take place on Monday, March 17th, 6:30PM -9:30PM at Michael’s Restaurant, 24 West 55th Street between 5th & 6th Avenues, Manhattan. This year the Kelly Gang will also benefit the Annie Moore Memorial Project.
Joining Football Hall of Famer Jim Kelly at the reception, guests include: Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, Fox News host Bill O’Reilly, American Media President John Miller, Empire Rising author Tom Kelly, Time Inc.’s Jim Kelly, American Express Publishing CEO Ed Kelly, House Beautiful magazine Vice President and Publisher Kate Kelly Smith, media advisor and investor Mike Kelly, Kevin J. Kelly, CPA, editor and writer Christina Kelly, folksinger Kirk Kelly, author and documentary film producer Mary Pat Kelly, John Q. Kelly, Esq. and the New York Post’s “Media Ink” columnist, Keith J. Kelly, Jim Bell, Today Show and his wife, Angelique; Joanne Lipman, Cond&eaute; Nast Portfolio; Janice Min, US Weekly; Deborah Needleman, Domino; Sara Nelson, Publisherâ€™s Weekly; David Remnick, New Yorker; Diane Silberstein, Penthouse Media and Kate White, Cosmopolitan.
Hunter’s Hope Foundation, established in 1997, funds research efforts to identify new treatments, therapies, a cure for Krabbe Disease and other leukodystrophies, and for all newborns to be tested through the newborn screening program for all diseases, where early detection and treatment can save the life of a child. The Annie Moore Memorial Project hopes to raise money for a scholarship fund and aid others in genealogical research, as well as erect a proper grave marker for the final resting place of Annie Moore and four of her children.
Kelly Gang Inc. has raised close to $250,000 for worthy causes, including the family of late editor and columnist Michael Kelly, The Wounded Warrior Project, New Orleans Catholic Charities and the Lower East Side Tenement Museum.
Monday, March 17th
Michael’s Restaurant 24 West 55th Street (between 5th & 6th avenues) Manhattan