Friday, December 13, 2013
Waldorf=Astoria (map)
301 Park Avenue
New York NY, 10022

11:00am - Cocktails
12:00 PM - 2:00pm - Presentation & Live Auction

Seating Chart

Table Rates
  • 2013 Beauty of Giving Luncheon & Live Auction Gold Table
    $9,500.00 First half of the room. Table of 10.
  • 2013 Beauty of Giving Luncheon & Live Auction Silver Table
    $7,500.00 Second half of the room. Table of 10.
  • 2013 Beauty of Giving Luncheon & Live Auction Additional Table Seat
    $500.00 Additional Table Seat (2 maximum per table).
Individual Ticket Rates
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Beauty of Giving
2013 Beauty of Giving Luncheon & Live Auction Benefiting Cancer and Careers
The annual Beauty of Giving Luncheon celebrates the remarkable philanthropy of CEW Foundation’s Cancer and Career’s supporters. This year, Cancer and Careers will honor L’Oréal USA for their extraordinary, longstanding support.

The Beauty of Giving Luncheon is a “must-attend” event, celebrating philanthropy in the beauty industry and drawing an audience of 800+ industry professionals and leaders. The longest running of all CEW events, the Beauty of Giving Luncheon is also one of the most popular, offering the opportunity to support a good cause while networking with colleagues.

The high point of the Luncheon is the Live Auction, where luxurious trips and other one-of-a-kind experiences are auctioned off, with the proceeds benefiting Cancer and Careers.

Click here for the complete 2013 Live Auction Preview to learn more about this year's prizes!


Interested in sponsorship opportunities? Please contact Becky Nelson at or 646.929.8019.

The Beneficiary, Cancer and Careers
Cancer and Careers is the only program of its kind, dedicated to empowering and educating people with cancer to thrive in their workplace by providing expert advice, interactive tools and educational events. Through a comprehensive website, a national conference, free publications, career coaching, support groups and educational seminars, Cancer and Careers strives to eliminate fear and uncertainty for working people with cancer. For more information, see

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