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SPONSORSHIP INCENTIVES

  • Molloy Strong Naming Sponsor $50,000
  • Presenting Hero Sponsor $25,000
  • Action Sponsor $15,000
  • Frontline Supporters $10,000
  • Community Supporters$5,000
  • Achievement Supporters $3,000
  • Alumni Supporters $1,500
  • Friends Supporters $1,000
  • Young Alumni Supporters $500
  • Virtual Ticket Supporter $100
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2020 LIFETIMEACHIEVEMENT AWARD

Presented to extraordinary individuals who embody the true spirit of Molloy College and demonstrate exceptional leadership and service within their community.

Honorees: Wayne and Karen Lipton

PERFORMANCES BY

Melissa Manchester

Melissa Manchester

Melissa Manchester is an American singer-songwriter and actress. Since the 1970s, her songs have been carried by adult contemporary radio stations. She has also appeared on televsion, in films and on stage.

Paul Shaffer

Paul Shaffer

Paul Shaffer is a Canadian singer, composer, actor, author, comedian, and multi-instrumentalist who served as David Letterman's musical director, band leader, and sidekick on the entire run of both Late Night with David Letterman (1982–1993) and Late Show with David Letterman (1993–2015).

Lillias White

Lillias White is an American actress and singer. She is particularly known for her performances in Broadway musicals. She has won an Obie Award, Tony Award, and Drama Desk Award. White is also known for her roles as Calliope in the Disney film Hercules, and its animated series of the same name; Evette in the film Pieces of April; and as Fat Annie in the Netflix series The Get Down.

south shore symphone

South Shore Symphony

The South Shore Symphony was first organized in the Five Towns in 1983. In 1991, led by president and principal cellist Wayne Lipton, the orchestra moved to Rockville Centre under the baton of music director and French hornist Paul Rudolf. The parent organization of the South Shore Symphony is the Rockville Centre Guild for the Arts, a 501(c3) not-for-profit organization, which funds the Orchestra through grants and fundraising.

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