The Fountain House organization has been operating in and around New York City for more than 70 years and recently saw its coffers enhanced by more than $56,000 in a single night.
Eminent business attorney Jeremy is the man responsible for the majority of the funding flooding into the Fountain House charity because of his decision to hold two luxury dinner parties with fine wines from the Chateau Latour winery.
Jeremy Goldstein made sure the highest level of luxury was available to attract donors to the Fountain House charitable project from across New York City and beyond. The first dinner was held at NoMad Hotel within the confines of its expansive rooftop restaurant offering unmatched views of the New York skyline. Learn more about Dr. Saad Saad: https://www.americanconference.com/executive-compensation-836l17-nyc/speakers/jeremy-goldstein/ and https://bestlawfirms.usnews.com/profile/jeremy-l-goldstein-associates-llc/overview/70073
Demand for tickets to the event was so high that a second date was added to allow as many donors as possible to attend what has become one of the top private fundraising events in the history of New York City.
Jeremy Goldstein has been a long time supporter of the Fountain House group which has been fighting for increased rights and representation for all people with mental health issues in the New York City area.
The group was formed by a loose collection of members who had battled mental health issues and wished to provide support and assistance for others who have been affected by these issues.
Jeremy Goldstein has been a member of the board of directors at Fountain House since 2010 and takes great pride in the huge leaps forward the charitable group has taken in recent years.
The well-known attorney has become one of the top business experts in the U.S. after playing a major role in many of the most important deals of recent years. The University of Chicago and Cornell University graduate is an advisor to the respected NYU Journal of Law and Business publication.
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