Community Lunch 2015
Community Lunch 2015 brings us together to learn about housing opportunities, challenges and impacts facing working families, people with disabilities, and individuals of modest means throughout the Hudson Valley. This year, Community Lunch takes a look at energy efficiency, its impact on households, and future energy solutions making housing affordable.
Our online portal allows you to RSVP and SPONSOR Community Lunch 2015 easily:
Purchase lunch tickets at one time for you and 7 friends
Pay online with a credit card through our PayPal account (no PayPal account necessary)
Reserve your seat and arrange to pay by check, by mail or at the door
Sponsor the luncheon at one of five levels and share your guest list online
We’re grateful for the local businesses and individuals who make Community Lunch 2015 possible:
Community Sponsors: Join us at this $1500 level and 6 lunch invitations
Energy Sponsors: Join us at this $1000 level and 4 lunch invitations
Partner Sponsors: Join us at this $500 level and 2 lunch invitations
Supporting Sponsors: Join us at this $100 level and a lunch invitation
Questions about Community Lunch sponsorship opportunities? Contact Tara Collins (845) 331-2140, ext. 276.
Keynote speaker John B. Rhodes, president & CEO at New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) shares his perspective and accepts RUPCO’s Community Partner Award.
RUPCO also honors Kathleen M. Leahy, RUPCO Chief Operating Officer, with a Lifetime Service Award.
Join us on Wednesday, November 18, 2015 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Best Western Plus Hotel & Conference Center, 503 Washington Avenue, Kingston, NY 12401. Click here for a look at Community Lunch 2014 video.
By registering for this event, you are aware that photographs and video are being taken at this event and that those images may be used by RUPCO for promotional purposes related to Community Lunch, print materials like an annual report, through social media and other venues as deemed appropriate by RUPCO, now and in the future. No compensation will be used in conjunction with these images.