The New York AIR Society is composed of a diverse group of philanthropic young professionals from a variety of industries. Since its inception, the New York AIR Society has raised more than $5 million to fund research and patient care, as well as educational programs, at National Jewish Health.
Carrie & Brian Packin
Join us to honor Carrie & Brian Packin, co-owners and co-founders of City Nights Hospitality as they receive the prestigious National Jewish Health Irving Borenstein Award at The Sky’s The Limit benefit. The event will be held at their very own Ascent Lounge New York.
All funds raised at the AIR Society benefit will help support the groundbreaking research and care of Asthma, Immunology and Respiratory medicine at National Jewish Health. The impact of their work travels across the globe and improves care for all people, even if they never visit National Jewish Health for care.
In 1991, a group of young professionals came together to form the New York AIR Society, because some of them or their family members had been treated for asthma, allergies and/or immune system disorders at National Jewish Health in Denver. This common tie gave them the inspiration to assist National Jewish Health in its efforts.
National Jewish Health is the destination for patients near and far because of its unsurpassed excellence in patient care and research. We have a track record of success in healing those suffering from asthma, allergies and immune-related conditions. Sponsorships and individual tickets sales support the cutting-edge work of our physician-scientists and medical teams.