CES Charity Dinner in Brooklyn, NY

Wednesday, June 6, 2018 - 6:00pm

Join us for an exclusive dinner for six guests hosted by The Center for Election Science (CES), a nonprofit working to advance smarter voting methods to empower voters with a meaningful ballot.

During this intimate dinner, you will have the opportunity to learn more about CES and our recent work, including a nationally-representative poll comparing alternative voting methods in the 2016 election and a campaign to strategically implement approval voting in targeted cities such as Fargo, North Dakota. You will also have the opportunity to meet our executive director Aaron Hamlin, local board member Felix Sargent, and other CES supporters.

RSVP at Eventbrite or Facebook


How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

For questions, e-mail contact@electology.org.

Is my meal included?

No, for tax deduction simplicity, attendees pay for their own food, which is around $30/plate depending on your order.

Is this tax deductible?

Yes, The Center for Election Science is a 501(c)3 nonprofit. You may consider this a donation. Our EIN is 45-2334002.

Where is the charity dinner?

The restaurant is in Brooklyn near the marker on the map. You will be given the name of the restaurant by e-mail following your RSVP.

How many will be at the dinner?

There will be up to eight total: our executive director, a board member, and six additional guests.

What's the best way to give further?

You can donate through our website. If you have special considerations, please speak with Aaron Hamlin at the event. He has expertise in more complex charitable giving.

Is my ticket refundable?

No, your ticket purchase is considered a charitable donation and is not refundable.

Is the restaurant vegan and vegetarian friendly?

Yes, you will have a number of vegan and vegetarian options at this restaurant.

May I bring a guest?

Yes, but each ticket is for one person. You will have to RSVP for your guest in addition to yourself or have your guest RSVP for themselves. This is necessary due to limited seating.

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