NCPAL Annual Get-In-The-Game Gala
7th Annual Charity Fundraiser
Celebrating 83 years
Nassau Police Activity League 7th annual charity fundraiser
Thursday, May 4, 2023
The Barn at Old Bethpage Village Restoration
1303 Round Swamp Road, Old Bethpage, 11804
6:30pm-8:30pm Cocktails, Carving Stations & Petite Entree Stations
9:30pm-10:30pm Dancing & Dessert
In 1940, under the direction of Nassau County’s first Police Commissioner, Abraham Skidmore, the Nassau County Police Boys Club was formed. 82 years later our mission is still the same, to prevent juvenile delinquency by bridging the gap between police officers and the youth of our communities.Since that time there have been several changes to our organization, including changing the name to Nassau County Police Activity League (NCPAL). We are proud to be considered one of the largest PALs in the nation with 20,000 youth participating in our programs annually. NCPAL operates 31 units in over 40 communities throughout Nassau County providing sports, crafts, education, and other programs for all boys and girls regardless of race, religion, income or disability.
Event Information & Itinerary
- 6:30-8:30pm Cocktails, Carving Stations, & Petite Entrée Stations
- 8:30-9:30pm Presentations
- 9:30-10:30pm Dancing & Dessert
Ticket reservations required; Space is limited; Business casual attire
Kindly respond by April 12, 2023 to Nassau County PAL
Address & Directions
The Barn at Old Bethpage Village Restoration
1303 Round Swamp Road, Old Bethpage, NY 11804
VOLUNTEER HERO OF THE YEAR
Each year, NCPAL takes time to recognize some very special volunteers within PAL. These men and women who volunteer their time are the foundation of our programming. NCPAL will be honoring nine outstanding Lifetime PAL Volunteer Heroes this year. These volunteers have been instrumental in the success of programs and activities within their communities for a minimum of ten years. It is with great pride that we recognize their outstanding contributions to PAL and the youth of Nassau County.
Congratulations and thank you!
Carey Ann Zinn (Baldwin)
Andy Spirou (East Meadow)
Howard Budd (Great Neck)
Joe Sarosy (Merrick)
Eric Geringswald (County Lacrosse)
Robert Ryan (Farmingdale)
Amy Keogh (Manhasset)
Joe Chasan (Plainview)
Mary Ellen Gash (South Hempstead)
Please show your support and help us congratulate our Unit Volunteer “Hero of the Year” recipients
Full Color Journal Ads
Inside Front Cover..........$2,000 (includes banner)
Inside Back Cover...........$2,000 (includes banner)
Full Page...............................$1,000 (includes banner)
Half Page .............................$500
2-Sided Color Sponsor Banner With your Logo displayed at Gala ...........$250
Artwork for Journal Ads and Sponsor Banners must be received by 04/12/23. Email artwork to email@example.com
Sponsor of the Year..........$10,000 (10 tickets)
Diamond Sponsorship...$7,500 (8 tickets)
Platinum Sponsorship....$5,000 (6 Tickets)
Heart of Gold.........................$2,500 (2 tickets)
Fan of PAL...............................$100
All sponsor levels of $1,500 or greater includes a full color journal ad, full color sponsor logo banner, and 12 month on-line recognition on our website.
Event Ticket Reservation
$250 per ticket
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for reservation/sponsor forms.
Thank you for your contribution.
This year’s fundraising will go toward our Coaches Safety Training Initiative. We are providing free CPR/AED certification to 100% of our PAL volunteers.
Please make checks payable to: NCPAL
Contributions are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. NCPAL is a 501(c)3 non profit organization.
Sponsorships, Grants, Donations all contribute to the efforts in maintaining and providing new and continued affordable programs to the youth throughout Nassau County. All donations are tax deductible as NCPAL is a non-profit 501 c3 organization
What people are saying about PAL
“The involvement of Police Officers is extremely important for the operations of the PAL. The backbone of PAL was – and is – to provide a bridge between the community and police force so that there could be open lines of communication so the youth can understand that the cops are not there to be against them, but are here to help them. Having an active and involved Police presence is fundamental to the PAL Programs.”
“Being a coach and seeing a child score their first goal or get their first basket or hit, the look on their faces and on their parents faces, well nothing beats that and think, I get to be a part o f it.”
“Seeing a kid who in other leagues may not have an opportunity to play and to see him/her not only do well in PAL but thrive is just as exhilarating as watching the best kid play.”
“Teaching kids to enjoy the game and have fun is a priority to me, all while having the children learn and develop not only as athletes, but as upstanding young men and women”