CSF’s Champions for Children Honors Athletes During Super Bowl Week


Just a few days before the Super Bowl on Tuesday, January 28th, CSF is hosting an all-star benefit – CSF’s Champions for Children – at the New York Athletic Club.

The evening will honor Super Bowl MVP and former New York Giant, Ottis “O.J.” Anderson; NBA Hall of Famer and former New York Knick, Earl “The Pearl” Monroe, and former Dallas Cowboy, A.B. Whitfield. The program also includes a performance by students from the Trey Whitfield School in Brooklyn and a raffle. There’ll also be live and silent auctions featuring sports memorabilia, including a football signed by Roger Staubach and jerseys signed by Eli Manning and Victor Cruz.

This is the place to be to kick-off Super Bowl celebrations while giving economically disadvantaged children the opportunity to get a quality education at the schools their parents choose for them!

General tickets are $150 and can be purchased here: http://bit.ly/CSFchampsJan28. VIP tickets are also available for $500. VIP admission comes with the chance to pose for photos with our athlete guests and get an autographed football or basketball at a private reception before the main event.

Hope to see you on game day, January 28th!

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