2016 was a crazy one. Let's kick off the new year right by having a good ol' time for a great cause. Come laugh, dance and spell in support of Planned Parenthood.
$10 suggested donation -- TICKETS
Featuring Kyle Ayers, Will Miles and Tom Cowell
Music from Atomic Funk Project
And a hilarious lineup of spellers including Blair Socci, Mike Abrusci, Tommy McNamara, Courtney Maginnis , Andrew Collin, Will Winner, and Lane Moore.
A special night of comedy, music and philanthropy with the Brooklyn Comedy Festival! Join us at Union Pool for a laughs, dancing and a whole lot of spontaneous performances!
Feat. Kyle Ayers, Tom Cowell and Will Miles. With music from Snack Cat!
Proceeds support Safe Horizon, the largest nonprofit victim service organization in the United States.
Special thanks to our supporters AFP, Mash + Grape and Six Point Brewery!
Join us at Black Bear Bar to support the amazing work of Brooklyn-based nonprofit, Preparing Leaders of Tomorrow (PLOT)!
PLOT is a mentoring program for at-risk youth between the ages of nine and twenty-one living in Brooklyn, New York. Many of our mentees were involved, or are at risk of becoming involved, in the juvenile or criminal justice system. PLOT distinguishes itself from other mentorship organizations by choosing mentors from the community with similar life experiences to PLOT’s mentees. PLOT’s mentors understand that a positive role model can maximize a youth’s potential for success.
Round Two of We Bee Spelling with the Center for Comprehensive Health Practice!
We're going downtown to the Bowery Electric for a bigger, badder, orthographical battle to support the well-being of children in NYC.
Suggested entry donation: $30
Speller donation: $50 (limited to 20 participants -- will sell out quick!)
Join us for a night of holiday cheer and seasonal spelling to support the amazing work of the Center for Comprehensive Health Practice! We're taking the bee UPTOWN to Wild Horse Tavern at 2nd Ave. and 85th St. (just a couple blocks from the Hunter College-86th St. subway stop).
Kick off the season of giving by giving back! Bee there!
Our friends at Blue Engine are ready for ROUND 2 and this time we have big goals! We're looking to raise $20,000 and break last year's record event! Join us for a night of laughing, dancing, and spelling to help us make history!
BLUE ENGINE is a registered 501(c)3 that partners with public high schools serving low-income communities to increase academic rigor and prepare dramatically greater numbers of students for postsecondary success.
Come join us at the Knitting Factory Brooklyn for a back to school celebration in support of Education Through Music!
Founded in 1991, Education Through Music (ETM) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that promotes the use of music in inner-city schools and schools in disadvantaged areas, as a means of enhancing students' academic performance and general development. By providing year-long, in-school music education programs, ETM makes music education a reality for thousands of children who would otherwise have limited or no exposure to the arts. Our current activities focus on elementary, middle and K-8 schools.
Join us on Thursday June 18th for another night of racking your spell-check-warped-brains in the name of philanthropy! We're fundraising to support our philanthropic efforts and a packed schedule of do-gooding this fall.
Entry: $15; Spellers: $30 (limited to 25 spots)
Knitting Factory Brooklyn
361 Metropolitan Ave.
On April 9th at Pioneers in Midtown Manhattan, We B-E-E Spelling -- in partnership with McGraw Hill Education -- will gather beneficent brainiacs to support iMentor, a nationwide mentorship organization focused on building relationships that empower students from low-income communities to graduate high school, succeed in college, and achieve their ambitions.
Limited admissions available. Visit the official donation page for the event to make a contribution and reserve your spot!