The Star Mountain Charitable Foundation team came together to support Brett Hickey…
The Star Mountain Charitable Foundation team organized two events…
Availor and Attica have partnered to host a 4th of July Rooftop Charity Event benefiting Work Vessels for War Vets. Thanks to Availor Philanthropy board member Sergio Fernandez de Cordova for hosting as well as BrandABar and Brandilla for sponsoring.
Music Legend Dave Mason (http://davemasonmusic.com) was honored at the Availor Group Wine & Cheese Charity Event supporting Work Vessels for Veterans (http://www.workvesselsforveterans.org/). Founder John Niekrash and major funder and officer, Ted Knapp were also honored and spoke to a small group of entrepreneurs and philanthropists.
In 2008 Brett Hickey was awarded the Pathfinders to Peace Award for his local community support alongside Morgan Freeman, Mira Sorvino and Marc Ecko from the Shinnyo-end Foundation (www.sef.org).
Brett Hickey is a trained volunteer with New York Cares – New York City’s leading volunteer organization, bringing vital volunteer support to thousands of nonprofit agencies, public schools, and other deserving organizations. Today’s volunteers share our founders’ vision that we all have a role to play in making our city […]
Star Mountain’s Brett Hickey receives Guiding Star Award from AYUDA for the Arts. AYUDA for the Arts is an alliance dedicated to helping students with a financial need, pursue their education in art related fields. We offer undergraduate scholarships and mentorship to advance their studies in their chosen field of […]
In 2006 Brett Hickey received the President of the Year Award from McGill University for founding and building the McGill Young Alumni Association of New York.
Availor Philanthropy are proud supporters of The Ireland Funds – an international charitable network operating in 12 countries and have raised over $350 million for worthy causes in Ireland and around the world.
Availor team participated in Cycle for Survival raising over $7,000 for Memorial-Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Founded in 2007 by patient Jennifer Goodman Linn, Cycle for Survival is the indoor team cycling fundraiser that has raised more than $4.5 million in support of research on rare cancers at Memorial Sloan-Kettering.