“Females, Football and Philanthropy” The First-Ever, Pre-Game Celebration for Women and by Women Will Welcome the World’s “Biggest Game” to N.Y. and N.J.

January 10, 2014 at 11:58 PM


The excitement created by the “Biggest Game of All” has paved the way for the most glamorous football and tailgating event in America, Females, Football and Philanthropy 2014. This exciting and innovative celebration is drawing exceptional women, celebrity chefs, and sports and entertainment superstars all to benefit the American Cancer Society.

Females, Football and Philanthropy 2014 is bringing together powerhouse women from New Jersey and the New York City metropolitan area. Hundreds of extraordinary women will be celebrating this “super football event” in world class style on Thursday, January 30, 2014 at the Upper Montclair Country Club beginning at 7:00 PM.

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Best described as “Glamming up the Ultimate Party for a Cause,” this high-energy event will feature gourmet tailgate cuisine, “A” list stars, celebrity chef grilling demos, boutique shopping, a silent auction, special football toss training session with professional football players, and opportunities to meet the most outstanding women. 

Individual tickets ($125-$250) and group packages of 10 tickets ($1,100- $2,225) for the event are available now by calling Females, Football and Philanthropy at 973-783-5689 or by clicking here for tickets.

A portion of the proceeds from “Females, Football and Philanthropy” will be donated to the American Cancer Society. For 100 years, the American Cancer Society has helped fund research to eliminate cancer as a major health problem. The organization conducts many programs including educational outreach to inform people about all aspect of the disease.  The Society’s work is recognized, appreciated and counted on by people everywhere.

The fundraising gala will be designed, created, organized, and executed by Allison Sargent Events, a women-owned business that has created and produced some of the most imaginative, memorable and meaningful events during the last two decades.

Keeping with the “Biggest Game” theme, the planned activities during the evening will include:

Tailgate Party, Grilling and Demonstrations by Celebrity Chefs- Teams of chefs from New York and New Jersey will serve guests imaginative tailgate fare and share their expertise to create the perfect menu for your Super Bowl party.  Select chefs demonstrate grilling methods that guests can use during their “Big Game” party.

Flex Your Muscles and Perfect Your Spiral Pass-Current as well as retired football pros will show women how to toss a football, hit a target and have lots of fun.

Boutique Shopping-Attendees will have the opportunity to purchase incredible items from some of the most exclusive retailers and entrepreneurs in the Tri-State area.

Auction-Potential items that may be a part of the auction include Giants tickets, dinners, lunches, hotel stays, cosmetics, jewelry, electronics, artwork and much more!

Get the Inside Scoop about Football Super Stars from Women Sports Journalists-Female football reporters and journalists will share their inside stories about what the best known and loved football stars are really like and, what they like to do with their time off the field.

Meet America’s Most Admired Women-Celebrity and VIP guests will share their thoughts, memories and insights about football from experiences as fans, players’ moms (high school, college, or pro players), sponsors/advertisers of broadcast sports, cheerleaders, equipment managers.

First Annual Females, Football & Philanthropy Cancer Survivors Award-Local cancer survivors will be honored for their courage and battle against cancer. 

For more information about “Females, Football and Philanthropy” and for ticket info, visit: www.femalesfootballphilanthropy.org or contact info@femalesfootballphilanthropy.org 973-783-5689

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