With homelessness in New York City at the highest levels since the Great Depression, one small nonprofit’s efforts are making big differences in the lives of the neediest families.

Hearts of Gold’s purpose is to “reimagine the future of homeless mothers and their children, together.” The organization will honor its supporters and raise funds for future efforts at its 19th annual fundraising gala, “HoG Loves New York.” To purchase tickets, click here.

The 2015 Hearts of Gold Gala will take place on Thursday, November 5, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. at NASDAQ MarketSite in Times Square. The event includes a celebrity-studded red carpet, followed by cocktails and dinner, silent and grand auctions, and a spirited after-party. Co-Mistresses of Ceremonies are Soledad O'Brien, Rhonda Ross and Amy Carlson. Awards will be presented during the event, celebrating supporters’ commitment to the organization.

“In 21 years, Hearts of Gold has raised more than $9 million to help more than 20,000 homeless mothers and their children transition out of the city’s shelter system and thrive on their own. Join us at this year’s Gala as we honor our most valuable supporters and reach for a lifetime fundraising goal of $10 million,” said Deborah Koenigsberger, Hearts of Gold’s Founder & President.

Sponsors of this year’s event include American Realty Capital, RCS Capital, Century 21, Deutsch NY, HKS Capital Partners, Lufthansa, Noir et Blanc and Stoli Vodka. Sponsorship packages begin at $15,000 and individual Gala tickets start at $750. To participate, call (212) 206-1461 or click here.

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