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Global Citizen Ultimate VIP Tickets
Our organization is a network of caring individuals who have dedicated themselves to lessening the burdens of neurodegeneration on families, and these four tickets, worth $2,500 each, will fund our programs of research and support of prime of life neurodegeneration.
"Thank you, CurePSP for the support and love you offer to our family. You are so much more than an organization. You are a collection of talented, loving, brilliant and innovative professionals." - Angie Kendall McCunniff
The Ultimate VIP Tickets offer:
Ultimate Fast Pass priority check-in and entrance
General Admission into the Ultimate VIP Front Row Admission Area
Access to the Ultimate Hospitality Tent:
High-end hors d'oeuvres/dessert selections
Complimentary wine, beer, assorted soft drink, coffee/tea selections
Private restroom facilities
High definition TV screens
Limited comfortable couch/table seating
Onsite Ultimate Concierge staff
About Global Citizen Festival, September 29, 2018 in Central Park:
The Global Citizen Festival brings together top artists with world leaders to make commitments toward ending extreme poverty.
This year's lineup includes: The Weeknd, Janet Jackson, Shawn Mendes, Cardi B, and Janelle Monáe will headline this year's festival, with John Legend hosting!
Since 2012, nearly 16 million actions by Global Citizens have helped generate commitments and policy announcements from leaders valued at over $37.9 billion. These commitments are set to affect the lives of more than 2.25 billion people with interventions that range from vaccinating a child to providing one year of education. These things will ultimately help these individuals to lift themselves out of poverty.
About CurePSP, Inc.
Since 1990, CurePSP has been a port in the storm for families devastated by progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) and related prime of life neurodegeneration.
PSP is a brain disease that affects a person's ability to walk, talk, move, and eat food. It typically takes seven years to mortality form the onset of symptoms, and currently there are no treatments, and no cure.
But there is hope. Our community of supporters have funded over 190 research studies, which have greatly advanced our understanding of the disease. We are able to offer a comprehensive suite of informational brochures and DVDs to families, free of charge, and we are able to connect people to a nationwide network of support groups.
Because of our donors, we are changing lives.