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Cardinal’s Committee for Charity 2016 Wall Street Breakfast

Posted on June 27, 2016 by Alice Kenny  |  Share

Ninety-three fellow New York City leaders in the corporate, banking, finance and business sectors joined Timothy Michael Cardinal Dolan as part of the annual Cardinal's Committee for Charity Wall Street Breakfast. New York Rangers 1994 Stanley Cup Team Member Mike Richter, the current president of Bright Core Energy, served as guest speaker. Following the breakfast, Cardinal Dolan rang the opening bell surrounded by New York Stock Exchange President Thomas Farley, board members, VIP leaders and Catholic Charities Executive Director Msgr. Kevin Sullivan.

Today marked the Cardinal’s Committee for Charity’s annual opportunity to raise critical funds for Catholic Charities.

The Cardinal’s Committee for Charity is a membership of caring leaders in the New York business community who support Catholic Charities at the request His Eminence Timothy Michael Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York. 

Members provide financial resources and counsel to help solve the problems of New Yorkers in need. Catholic Charities provides help and creates hope without regard for race, ethnicity, religion or ability to pay. This committee similarly seeks a diverse membership that reflects the breadth and depth of New York and the businesses located here.​

The Cardinal's Committee for Charity seeks to attract a wide circle of New Yorkers to ensure that the business community's tradition of philanthropy continues into the future. The generosity of members enables tens of thousands of individuals and families to live with greater dignity through the compassionate help of Catholic Charities.

Hosted by the New York Stock Exchange for the Cardinal’s Committee for Charity, the event raises funds to provide financial resources and counsel to help solve the problems of New Yorkers in need, non-Catholics and Catholics alike. Over the years the breakfast has raised millions to support families and individuals in greatest need served by Catholic Charities.

Learn more and join the Cardinal's Committee for Charity.