Letter From the Founders


What began as a small group of Real Estate professionals networking for a cure has become a catalyst to the fastest growing charitable movement on Long Island! Since its inception, PinkTie.org has stimulated a collaborative go-giving effort that encompasses socially conscious individuals and the most respected business professionals on Long Island and the Tri-State area.

Raising awareness and close to $1,000.000 in 100% pass-through dollars, PinkTie.org has inspired the local, business, charitable and medical communities as we help lift the financial burden of restrictions placed on leading researchers and educational facilities. Our efforts continue to be the impetus to help fund a cure for diseases impacting the community in which we work and live.

As a 501c3, PinkTie1000’s professional networking events continue to provide a unique forum in which solid business relationships are developed and strengthened with like-minded professionals. With steadfast focus and continued commitment of our Pinktie1000 extended family, we will continue to pave a path that inspires, changes lives and upholds a vision that will be felt for generations.

Our fundraising efforts are as abundant in event attendance as they are successful in supporting the charities that impact our families, friends and colleagues including:

Don Monti Memorial Research Foundation  | Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory | Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund  | F.A.C.T. Breast Cancer Foundation | Northwell Health/North Shore LIJ | Stony Brook Hospital | Timothy Hill Children’s Ranch | Friends of Karen | The Maurer Foundation for Breast Health Education

A special word of thanks to our PinkTie1000 Members, sponsors, committee participants, volunteers, individuals and businesses that have shown continued support in financial resources, time and commitment. There is no end to what we can do combining our passion, resources and leveraging our collaborative strength.

Make a difference by joining the Go-Giving movement, please visit www.PinkTie1000.org.