2007 SES New York Charity Event sponsored by Best of the Web

"BOTW & IMNY Charity Party Raises $5,100 for the Ronald McDonald House!"

On Monday April 9, 2007 Best of the Web and the Internet Marketers of New York, hosted the first SES Charity Event. In addition to providing a good opportunity for SES attendees to network (and drink for free), the event raised money and awareness for the Ronald McDonald House Charities.

Taking place at the Town Tavern in downtown Manhattan, all who attended donated $40 at the door and some even stepped up big by purchasing hundreds of raffle tickets to win a variety of cool prizes. So thanks to the solid turn out from Search Engine Strategies attendees and local NYC area internet marketers we were able to raise a total of $5,100 that was directly contributed to the Ronald McDonald House Charities.

“I personally enjoyed this party the best” says Greg Niland, member of the IMNY. “Not because it was the most lavish but because for the first time an Internet party was giving back to the community by helping sick kids. I think everybody who attended or at least the warm blooded people would agree with me that it is nice to do something good.”

Many thanks to all who helped organize, promote, and ultimately attended this event. We cannot wait until the next event – which is to be held during the SMX Conference in October. Details coming soon…


About The Ronald McDonald House Charities

The Ronald McDonald House Charities aims to create, find and support programs that directly improve the health and well being of children. RMHC fulfills its mission by creating innovative, effective programs that address targeted needs, and by supporting these programs and other activities conducted by its local Chapters worldwide. RMHC also awards grants to other nonprofit children’s organizations that positively impact the health and well being of children around the world. If you would like to donate to the RMHC, you can do so online at https://donate.rmhc.org/.

About Best of the Web
"The Internet's oldest directory," Best of the Web got its start in 1994 by empowering the burgeoning online community to nominate and vote for best-of-class websites in a variety of categories. As the Internet grew in popularity, Best of the Web evolved into a comprehensive directory categorizing content-rich, well designed websites. Today, whether the topic at hand is choosing a college, refinancing a mortgage or planning a party, Best of the Web provides meaningful guidance to many an Internet user. For more information on the Internet's oldest directory, visit http://botw.org.