Are you looking to connect with others who care about the cause over cocktails?
Join PDF Helping Hours, signature events at which guests can enjoy a post-work cocktail while supporting Parkinson’s research!
Contact PDF at email@example.com to set up your own. Here's how it works:
- Ask friends and family to make a small donation to PDF at the door (can range from $10 to $125).
- Work with our team to find a local venue that can offer happy hour specials and businesses that can donate a raffle prize or two to your event.
- Invite friends and family and let us help promote your event online.
- Meet others connected to the cause while raising funds for research!
Save the Date: Helping Hours: Martinis & Bellinis in Closter, NJ
Get warm at Harvest Bistro & Bar for Martinis & Bellinis benefiting the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation. The event, led by Co-Chairs Stephanie Goldman-Pittel, Amy Sole and Doug Stern, will feature a special tasting of assorted martinis and bellinis, gourmet hors d’oeuvres and silent auction.
Wednesday, March 9, 2016
7:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Harvest Bistro & Bar
252 Schraalenburgh Rd
Closter, NJ 07624
Recent Helping Hours
Co-chairs Amy Sole, Doug Stern and Stephanie Goldman-Pittel (pictured at left), raised more than $27,000 at their second annual PDF Helping Hours: An Evening of Vodka Tasting held on March 4, 2015 at Harvest Bistro and Bar in Closter, NJ. More than 100 guests enjoyed a special tasting of select Double Cross Vodkas and Basil Hayden's Bourbon, gourmet food stations, a silent auction and a cigar rolling station. The co-chairs led the event along with committee members Cheryl Phillip, Melissa Stanislaw and Julia Weksler.
On November 7, 2013, New Yorkers helped PDF to kick off its first Helping Hours, raising $1,300 for research!
The event was led by volunteer chairs Chasen Mintz, Amy Sole and Jeffrey Zygler and welcomed 100 guests to Public House in NYC (see photos at right). Guests made small donations to enjoy a post-work cocktail and a lucky few won raffles items from local businesses such as Chelsea Piers and Flywheel.
Thanks to all who joined!