Please save the date for our next Living Landmarks Celebration on November 2, 2022, to be held at The Plaza.
Rev. Calvin Butts III, Abyssinian Baptist Church
Andreas C. Dracopoulos, Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF)
Marlene Hess, Hess Philanthropic Fund
Earl Monroe, New York Knicks (ret.)
Charlotte Moore and Ciarán O’Reilly, Irish Repertory Theatre
Faith Ringgold, Artist
Oscar Tang, Philanthropist and Financier
Marina Kellen French
Gilbert C. Maurer
Patricia D. Klingenstein
Cynthia and Thomas Sculco
If you have any questions about tables/tickets please contact Carla Eilo at CarlaEilo@NYLandmarks.org or 212-995-5260 ext. 310
In the meantime, please enjoy a look back at our 2021 celebration below.
We were thrilled to be back at The Plaza for our 2021 Living Landmarks Celebration and delighted so many of our friends could join us.
WATCH OUR VIDEO: Click here for highlights and to see our honorees.
“We inaugurated the Living Landmarks Celebration to recognize extraordinary New Yorkers who give back so much to the City we love. This year, as in the past, was no exception with another outstanding class of honorees,” said Peg Breen, President of The New York Landmarks Conservancy.
It was our great pleasure to recognize the many contributions of these exceptional New Yorkers:
Marina Kellen French, President of the Marina Kellen French Foundation
David R. Jones, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Community Service Society of New York
Patricia D. Klingenstein, Klingenstein Philanthropies
Gilbert C. Maurer, Hearst
Morton Olshan, Founder and Chairman Emeritus, Olshan Properties
Jonelle Procope, President and Chief Executive Officer, The Apollo Theater
We also want to thank our wonderful Living Landmark alumni who served as Honorary Co-Chairs
Gordon J. Davis, ‘20
Ronnie Heyman, ‘20
Leni and Peter May, ‘20
Daryl Roth and Jordan Roth, ‘14
Robert E. Wankel, ‘15
And of course, our terrific Master of Ceremonies
Stephen S. Lash, ‘18
Proceeds from our Living Landmarks Celebration will help the City get back on its feet. Since the beginning of the pandemic, we’ve disbursed $4.6 million in grants and low-interest loans which have leveraged $54 million in renovating and restoring homes, businesses, cultural, religious, and social institutions throughout New York … providing local jobs for architects, carpenters, contractors, engineers, masons, roofers and so on.
Donations: If you would like to support this most worthwhile cause, click here.
Program Journal: For more information about our honorees and sponsors, you can view our Living Landmarks Celebration journal.
For more information: Please contact Carla Eilo at CarlaEilo@NYLandmarks.org or 212-995-5260 ext. 310