ayfie Supports: Murder in the Manor charity event

Posted by Susanne Ullrich on Oct 16, 2018 5:32:14 AM
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ayfie has the honor of supporting the Murder in the Manor charity event taking place on October 18th in New York City. This event will raise money to aid the Life Preservers Project’s fight against human trafficking. Together with our partner Oasis Discovery, ayfie will be participating as a proud peacock sponsor.

The mission of Life Preservers Project is to collaborate with artists and like-minded organizations to increase awareness and raise much-needed funds to eradicate human trafficking. Thanks to the generosity of organizations like Oasis Discovery and each of the sponsors of this event, we come one step closer to our goal of providing support and services to the thousands of human trafficking victims exploited in the US every day.”
- Mike Quartararo, Executive Director of Life Preservers

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The Murder in the Manor even will be held at historic The Players Club, a private social club founded in New York City by the noted 19th-century Shakespearean actor Edwin Booth, the brother of the infamous John Wilkes Booth.

By buying a ticket here, you can join us at the luxurious mansion located across from Gramercy Park and immerse yourself in the historical, theatrical and art pieces and a bit of the macabre. The task of the evening is to try and uncover 7 clues in each of the 7 different rooms of the manor. Complimentary wine and hors-d'oeuvres will be served throughout the evening to mark the special occasion.

More details about this charity event can be found here. Tickets are still available:

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Some of our ayfie team will be at the event. Let us know if you want to meet up!

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Photo credit header image: Abdul Qaiyoom via Fotolia


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