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5/14 – Saturday – An Evening In Manila for Project Heal Manila…

cialis on Flickr”>An Evening in Manila May 14th Sat.

Ok my Peoples out there. DJ Raize, check DJ Riddler, view are doing this event for http://projecthealmanila.org this Saturday May 14th. This one is CLASS CLASS CLASS.

Food Provided by the amazing “Pop Up” Filipino Restaurant – Maharlika.

Come join us Saturday, May 14th, for “An Evening in Manila,” a cocktail benefit hosted by Project Heal Manila, PIDCI, and Maharlika.

We invite you to mingle with some of New York’s brightest luminaries who share common goals of fostering a sense of community, empowering the youth of the Philippines, and raising modern awareness for Philippine traditions and cultural values. Enjoy complimentary specialty cocktails as well as an assortment of hors d’oeurves, courtesy of Maharlika, throughout the evening.

Saturday, May 14, 2011
7pm – 10pm

15 E 66th Street
NY, NY, 10065

Cocktail Attire.

Music provided by DJ Neil Armstrong, DJ Riddler and DJ Raize.

Ticket price: $40. Proceeds will go towards PIDCI, Inc. and benefit the Philippine Independence Day Parade. Purchase tickets here. When purchasing tickets, all guest names must be accounted for as they will be added to our guest list. There will be no physical tickets involved at check-in; simply say your name at the door for admittance.

***We have some great news for those who showed early support by already having purchased tickets. Will be reaching out to those shortly or please email info@projecthealmanila.org for more information.***

From the cocktail party to a spectacular silent auction, from gourmet appetizers to entertainment, come celebrate with us New York-style. Spread the word– we look forward to seeing you!

For more information, please email info@projecthealmanila.org.

A little more about the Project Heal Manila – from the website –

Project Heal Manila is a global organization dedicated to supporting sustainable community-based projects designed to empower the youth of the Philippines. For millions with limited needs, inadequate support and resources make it nearly impossible for the future of our islands to reach their dreams and full potential. Through creative fundraising, we use donations to sponsor the noble efforts of charitable organizations that aid in areas of greatest need.