The Annie Tinker Association for Women is pleased to announce that we will be holding our ninth annual Valentine’s Day Benefit on Thursday, February 14, 2013. We hope you will join us!
Our Annual Beneficiaries Luncheon (and the Tinker Association Board of Trustees and National Advisory Council meeting) will be held on March 6, 2012. The Tinker Association’s annual beneficiaries’ tea is held at a lovely Upper East Side Women’s club. By invitation only, the event is an elegant affair, with tea is served in the traditional [...]
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A musicale in the traditional Upper East Side manner is held in the fall to benefit the Annie Tinker Association for Women, Inc. Held in the home of a Tinker trustee, the late-afternoon event has featured members of the Metropolitan Opera orchestra, and in 2010 the well-known Madeleine Kristoffersson, performing as Jenny Lind, with John [...]
The Halloween Party is one of the most fun—and most informal—annual Tinker events, held at 12 West 11th St, in the heart of Halloween central—Greenwich Village. Beneficiaries, trustees and assorted friends gather, in appropriate seasonal dress, for light lunch, music, conversation and, of course, goodie bags.
The Annie Tinker Association for Women is pleased to announce that we are planning a performance by Ted Rosenthal and a chamber orchestra on Sunday, May 13, 2013. Please save the date!
Since 1976, DOROT has provided seniors with food, companionship and opportunities for education and cultural enrichment. The earliest DOROT programs were Friendly Visiting and Holiday Package Deliveries, and these remain at the core of DOROT’s programs today.
If you receive EISEP case-management services or know someone who does, then you or your friend recently received letters from the NYC Department for the Aging (DFTA) and from the neighborhood agency that sends the social worker to visit you. It may be confusing.
They are perhaps the toughest subjects we face – growing old, handling money and dying.
This spring, as part of the Tinker Association’s ongoing efforts to network with other organizations, I attended workshops that dealt with all three of those subjects. I found that some of the time I was taking notes on your behalf, and most of the time I was taking notes for me.
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