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6:00pm - 10:00pm
New York Athletic Club | 180 Central Park South | New York, NY

20th Anniversary Always Remember Gala

VOICES Champions of Resilience
November 3, 2021
New York Athletic Club
180 Central Park South, New York, NY
6:00PM - Cocktails
7:00PM - Dinner
10:00PM - Event Concludes

Master of Ceremonies
Long-standing ESPN Personality
Legacy Award
Founder and Former CEO of 9/11 United Services Group
Building Bridges Award
Co-Founder and President, The Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund
Leadership Award
General, US Army (Ret.), Former Director of the CIA
Musical Performance
Grammy-Nominated Violinist

Join us on November 3 at the New York Athletic Club for an inspirational evening as we reflect on the milestone of the 20th Anniversary. This year we will recognize and honor Robert Hurst, Founder and Former CEO of 9/11 United Services Group; Edie Lutnick, Co-founder and President of the Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund; and General David Petraeus, US Army (Ret.), for their significant contributions, dedication, and leadership in the aftermath of 9/11. A highlight of the evening will be a special musical performance by Grammy-Nominated and internationally renowned violinist Robert McDuffie.

VOICES annual gala raises important funds to support its ongoing work to help families and communities heal after tragedy.

Please note: All Attendees must show proof of vaccination upon arrival. State Mandates concerning masks will be followed.


Gala Committee
Colleen & Tim McCarthy, Co-Chairs
Kelly & Brian Lavigne, Co-Chairs
Dede & Jim Bartlett
Ann & George Bodenheimer
John Duffy
Mary & Frank Fetchet
Betsy Garrison
Jeanmarie Hargrave & Tom Kerns
Mary Beth Lee
Bonnie & Robert McNamara
Emily & Thomas Michaud
Kim White
Board of Directors
Bonnie McEneaney McNamara, Board Chair
Susan Bissell, PhD
Jeff Blumenfeld
Francine Conway, PhD
Richard Edwards PhD, ACSW
Frank Fetchet, Ex Officio
Mary Fetchet, LCSW, Ex Officio
Ben Hoffart
Traug Keller
Brian Lavigne
Jack Loop

Thank You to Our 20th Anniversary Commemorative Sponsors