The United Nations Development Programme is hosting their Inaugural Global Goals Gala in NYC on Monday, December 5.

Join United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) for an evening featuring celebrity advocates, global partners and musical performances to celebrate 50 years of progress towards ending poverty and inequality forever. Serving on the host committee for the UN agency’s first ever gala fundraiser are celebrated figures in business, entertainment and even royalty. Throughout the event, guests will have a unique opportunity to experience what UNDP does to improve people’s lives across the world and help countries achieve the newly launched 17 Global Goals agreed by world leaders to eliminate poverty and protect the planet. The evening will feature a red carpet, cocktail hour, dinner, program and special performance.

UNDP Goodwill Ambassadors Connie Britton, His Royal Highness Crown Prince Haakon of Norway, Michelle Yeoh and other guests are expected to attend.

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), which celebrate its 50th anniversary this year, works in nearly 170 countries to eliminate poverty and has helped improve the lives of billions of people. They partner with governments, communities, businesses, and individuals to create a world where all people prosper and the planet is protected from harm. UNDP has teamed up with nations across the globe to help them achieve the 17 new Global Goals to end poverty, reduce inequality, and tackle the effects of climate change by 2030.

WHEN: Monday, December 5, 2016

WHERE: Phillips, 450 Park Avenue, NYC

For more info, click here.

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