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Alexander Hamilton Award Dinner



The Alexander Hamilton Award was created to honor those individuals helping to foster the revitalization of our nation’s cities. We chose to name the award after Hamilton because, like the Manhattan Institute (MI), he was a fervent proponent of commerce and civic life. Throughout the years, we have expanded the scope of our prize to celebrate leaders not just on local levels, but also at the state levels, who have – whether it be public policy, culture, or philanthropy—made remarkable things happen in their home state or city. We hope our celebration of our awardees encourages replication of their efforts.

This year’s event is particularly special as MI celebrates a milestone—our 40th anniversary—and looks to the future. A public-policy think tank that serves New York City, cities and states across America, and the nation as a whole, MI has much work to do. We are entering a period of great change and, we believe, significant opportunity in Washington, here in Gotham, and nationally.
THE SEVENTEETH ANNUAL ALEXANDER HAMILTON
AWARD DINNER

Thursday, May 4, 2017

honoring

William J. Bratton
Former New York City Police Commissioner

and

Ravenel B. Curry III
Cofounder, Eagle Capital Management

Cipriani 42nd Street
110 East 42nd Street, New York City
Reception 6:30 p.m. | Dinner 7:30 p.m.

Black Tie

Tables and tickets for the dinner are available at the following levels:

Anniversary Patron at $100,000
  • Special Recognition in the Dinner Program
  • Special Recognition in the Master of Ceremony's Remarks
  • Commemorative Manhattan Institute 40th Anniversary Coffee Table Book
  • Table of 12, Premier Seating
Dinner Patron at $75,000
  • Special Recognition in the Dinner Program
  • Special Recognition in Master of Ceremony's Remarks
  • Table of 10, Premier Seating
Dinner Benefactor at $50,000
  • Recognition in the Dinner Program
  • Table of 10, Premier Seating
Dinner Supporter at $25,000
  • Recognition in the Dinner Program
  • Table of 10, Preferred Seating
Dinner Champion at $10,000
  • Recognition in the Dinner Program
  • Table of 10, Premium Seating
Premium Ticket(s) at $2,500
  • Preferred Seating
Single Ticket(s) at $1,000*
*Sold out. For questions, please call Benefit Office at 212-599-7000
Young Leaders Circle (YLC) Member Ticket(s) at $500
Leadership Gift
To Purchase Tickets By Phone/Email:
To purchase a table or tickets, please contact the Benefit Office at the Manhattan Institute, 212.599.7000 or email: hamiltondinner@manhattan-institute.org.

By Mail:
Please download the printer-friendly form and mail to:

Benefit Office
Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, Inc.
c/o Marin Schlossberg
52 Vanderbilt Avenue, 3 floor
New York, NY 10017


The Manhattan Institute is a 501(c)(3) organization. EIN #13-2912529. Solicitations for donations are made by the Manhattan Institute and not any honoree.
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