Joel Levine recognizes Matthew, a young staff member, of his organization that has autism yet who works tirelessly within his own organization. (Photo by Joe Abate)

More than 300 gathered to meet current and former New York Giants during the 7th Annual Monday Night Party charity fundraiser on Nov. 6 at the Engineers Country Club in Roslyn Harbor.

Jason Pierre Paul, Olivier Vernon, Landon Collins, Jay Bromley, Brandon Marshall and Damon Harrison were on hand for the event that included cocktails, food and fun. More than $150,000 was raised, with proceeds donated to the Anderson Center for Autism, The Damon Harrison I Told The Storm Foundation and Life’s WORC and The Family Center for Autism.

The event was sponsored by Camp Pontiac, The Etra Family and The Gershman Family. Joel and Debbie Levine were key in organizing the event.

NFL gifts and assorted items for sale to help the three deserving charities assisting those with autism are offered for sale by (lt to rt) Effie Kresick; Laura Smith and Donna Miller at the cocktail hour before the Tailgate Dinner & Raffle.
(Photo by Joe Abate)
Friends of the autism charities gather at the cocktail hour (lt to rt) Dan Morrin; Ken Litman; and David Siller. (Photo by Joe Abate)
A gathering of devoted advocates for services to combat autism are: Ernest Lawson; Scott L. Weiss, Esq; Christopher M. Falconetti (Attorney-At-Law); David J. Bangel (Attorney-At-Law); and Dr. Mark Cadden. (Photo by Joe Abate)
David Siller and Patrick Paul, Director/CEO of Anderson Center for Autism (Photo by Joe Abate)
NFL Players offer autographs to their young fans at the Tailgate Dinner  (Photo by Joe Abate)
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