Celebrate the start of summer with music, cocktails, and spectacular views from the rooftop at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Terrace Room, hosted by the Junior Board of World Monuments Fund (WMF). Join us for an evening to honor the individuals and communities who advocate for the protection of cultural heritage sites around the world.
Wednesday, June 7, 2023
WMF is committed to a future where humanity’s heritage is protected from today’s most serious threats – climate change, imbalanced tourism, underrepresentation, and crises. The evening will include video appearances by the 2023 Watch Award honorees, who will speak about their work in Syria and Türkiye. Join us at this event to learn more and become an advocate for cultural heritage.
Following remarks, DJ April Hunt will play a special international set.
Ticket proceeds and donations for Summer Soirée provide critical operating funds that ensure a sustainable future for the organization. World Monuments Fund is committed to working with local communities around the globe to safeguard humanity’s cultural achievements. Now more than ever, your contribution makes that possible.
If you wish to be listed on the printed program and digital event page as a member of the Host Committee, kindly make your contribution before Friday, May 19. Please contact Veronica Chaffin at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 332 345-7367 for more information or to make your gift over the phone.
Junior Board Host Committee
Henry J. Iseman, Co-chair, Junior Board
Annie Liang-Zhou, Co-chair, Junior Board
Jessie E. Conyngham
Adam A. Kulewicz
Lorna and Edwin Goodman
Henry J. Iseman
Suzanne Cole Kohlberg
Anthony V. Thompson
Mark Fletcher and Tobias Meyer
Ms. Caroline Forgason
Deborah Lehr/Antiquities Coalition
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin M. Rosen
David Schwartz Foundation, Inc.
Wendy and Robert Brandow
Fernanda M. Kellogg and Kirk Henckels
Dr. Marilyn Perry
Saks Fifth Avenue
Hélène Marie and Jake Shafran
Friends of the Junior Board
JP Morgan Chase (Adam Morris, Kai Hsu, Diandra Weaver)
Vanessa Lamort de Gail
Mr. Ethan Teekah
World Monuments Fund is a non-profit organization with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status. Please note that donations cannot be refunded.