Thursday | April 27, 2017
Pittsburgh Marriott North
100 Cranberry Woods Drive, Cranberry Township, PA 16066
Leadership, Compassion, Patriotism & Courage
Join St. Barnabas Charities April 27, 2017, as we honor the legendary Mayor of New York City, Rudy Giuliani. Celebrated by many as the "Mayor of the World," Rudy Giuliani provides a resolute voice in tackling the toughest domestic and international issues of our time.
Guests at the event will be treated to an exclusive VIP reception and gourmet dinner before gathering together to honor the achievements of Mayor Giuliani.
Seating is limited. Act now! Individual tickets range from $325 to $425.
For information about Corporate Sponsorship packages, call St. Barnabas Charities at 724-625-3770.
Founder's Day Raffle - Win a Trip to New York City!
Drawing held April 27, 2017 - Winner Need Not be Present
New York City 3-night weekend stay, Broadway show, $200 dining gift card, airfare for two. Click here for package details.
Only 500 tickets will be sold.
Purchase raffle tickets online by clicking the button below, or call 724-625-3770 or mail a check to St. Barnabas Charities (5850 Meridian Road, Gibsonia, PA 15044).
- Inside: $500
- Inside front cover: $750 (Sold)
- Inside back cover: $750
- Back cover: $850 (Sold)
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About Rudy Giuliani
The 2017 Hance honoree, Rudy Giuliani, was elected Mayor of the City of New York in 1993. Campaigning on the slogan “One City, One Standard,” he focused on reducing crime, reforming welfare and improving the quality of life. In 1997, he was re-elected with 57 percent of the vote in a city in which Democrats outnumbered Republicans five to one.
A graduate of New York University Law School, he was appointed in 1981 by President Ronald Reagan as Associate Attorney General, the third highest position in the U.S. Department of Justice. He then became the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, where he prosecuted organized crime, drug dealers, white collar criminals and corruption amongst elected officials.
Hance Hall of Fame
The Hance awardee joins a distinguished roster of Founder’s Day speakers including President Gerald Ford, First Lady Barbara Bush, actor Charlton Heston, Vice President Dan Quayle, education secretary William Bennett, actress Debbie Reynolds, inspirational leaders the Rev. Norman Vincent Peale and Dr. Robert Schuller, community and political leader Elsie Hillman, astronaut Buzz Aldrin, Fred Rogers and many more.
All of these men and women represent the visionary leadership, spiritual, compassionate and innovative spirit of the man who founded St. Barnabas in 1900, Gouverneur Provoost Hance. The Hance Award is presented to a person of national acclaim who exemplifies Hance’s ideals of benevolence, patriotism and service to others.