2016 Gala: The New Heights Project


Thursday, October 27th, 2016


Don’t miss the presentation and live auction 7:15-7:45pm!

Ramscale Studios, 463 West Side Highway at Bethune, West Village NYC

Beer, Wine, Silent + Live Auction, and a look into our new schools!


JOIN US to celebrate our 9 new schools opening next month!

Together we are building 50 SCHOOLS FOR 10,000 CHILDREN!


Andrew Raible, Jami Saunders

Special Guest

Bhushan Dahal-Kids of Kathmandu Project Chair, Nepal

Board of Directors

Kim Holden, Corey O’Hara, Eric Zamore

Event Co-Hosts

Sam Pepper, Nathan Washburn

Event Sponsors

MPOWERD, Feature Shoot, David Weeks Studio, Audi of America

Cheap Oair, Institute of Culinary Education (ICE), Ken Allen Studios, Massanois Imports, Oja Moon, ONA bags, Porchetta, Single Cut Brewery, Tacombi, Wilson Daniels Wine Distributors

Project Partners

Asia Friendship Network

SHoP Architects

MPOWERD (Solar Light), OLE Nepal (Tech), Pack H20 (Water), Smart Paani (Water)

Special Donors since the earthquake:

Superintendent Level ($10,000 +)

Audi of America, Cenntate Corp, Church & Dwight Employee Giving Fund, co: collective, Saunders Family Foundation

Principal Level ($5,000 +)

Asian Real Estate Association of America Education Foundation, The Dionne Foundation Inc, Marc Glassman

Teacher Level ($1,000 +)

Bank Street College, Bohls Family, Ellie Carmody, Nathan Chan, Jairo Chung, Cult Design Chair-Ity Project (David Trubridge), Raed Elkhatib, Bradley Goldberg Family, Amanda Hankes, Josh Hankes, Medina Haeri Lanz, Lewinsohn Family, Robin Moore, Pentano Family, Santo Domingo Family, Suzie Scanlon, Daniel Schwartz, Schwietz Family, Eric Socia/Matt McKown, TCI Business Capital Inc., Bruce Torrey, UFCW Local 21 Membership Assistance Fund, David Weeks, William Vasquez/Greg Kinch, Janice Yue Jing, Zamore Family





Thank you to our ongoing Child Sponsors:

The Bohls Family, The Bruhn Family, The Cion Family, Jo-Ann Saunders, The Santo Domingo Family, The Schweitz Family, Yue-Jing


United Nations video highlighting Kids of Kathmandu's school building project, from the perspective of Sushil who lost his mother in the earthquake.