Premier Night for Men

A fundraising event for Premier Cares Foundation, Inc.

Event Information

Thursday, November 15, 2018 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Join us for a night of delicious food, drinks, and specialty vendors while we raise funds and awareness for men’s cancers.

Utilizing the beautiful Poughkeepsie Underwear Factory’s open kitchen, Master Chef Ken Arnone will be curating a gourmet menu using donated local fare and showing off his skills by doing a cooking demonstrations for guests. Chef Arnone is one of 71 Certified Master Chefs in the country and previously ran Caterina de' Medici at the CIA and the Marriott Marquis in New York City. 

We will also have food and drink from Cosimo's, Taconic Distillery, Millbrook Winery, and Hudson Ale Works! 

Premier Cares Foundation will be honoring longtime volunteer, Jerry Martin, of Safeguard for his dedication and support of our programs and events at our Premier Night for Men. 

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About the Organization

Premier Cares Foundation, Inc.

The mission of the Premier Cares Foundation is to assure that urologic and gastrointestinal patients in the Hudson Valley receive supportive services at their time of need. We understand that a diagnosis can mean unplanned expenses that can cause extreme hardship.

Partnering with the Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley, the Premier Cares Foundation provides grants covering a wide range of needs, including (but not limited to): rent, utilities, gas and transportation expenses, medications and equipment not covered by insurance, and hair pieces and wigs.

Even with insurance, patients and their families can be devastated physically, emotionally, mentally- and financially. Our goal is to help provide critical financial assistance to patients so they can focus on their diagnosis. We are the only non-profit in the Hudson Valley who solely focuses on patients with urologic and digestive diseases. Your donation to the Premier Cares Foundation allows us to provide qualified patients with grants so they can better manage their road to recovery.