Cisco’s partnership with the NLEAFCF began in 2013 when Cisco Chairman and CEO, John T. Chambers, was honored with the first NLEAFCF Corporate Hero Award. The NLEAFCF created the Vincent Bennett, Jr. Memorial Scholarship at that Hero Awards Gala in memory of Vince who was not only a Cisco family member, but also served on the Hero Awards Gala benefit committee. We are proud to honor Vince’s memory through this annual scholarship – which provides a deserving college freshman with $20,000 over four years. And we are honored to have Cisco as a continuing partner in support of our mission and of the Vincent Bennett, Jr. Memorial Scholarship.
Louis Vuitton has been a major supporter of the NLEAFCF since our earliest days as a sponsor of our annual Thanksgiving Parade Breakfast. In 2005, when Louis Vuitton executive, Victoria Ovis, passed away, the NLEAFCF established the Victoria Ovis Memorial Scholarship Fund to honor Victoria’s more than 30 years of service with the Victoria Ovis the United States Customs Service and the Department of Homeland Security. We are honored to have Louis Vuitton North America as a continuing partner in support of our mission and of the Victoria Ovis Memorial Scholarship.
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We are also very lucky to have an active group of community members and organizations who hold creative fundraising events and campaigns to support our mission. Please click here to read about these efforts. If you are planning an event of this kind, please let us know so that we can thank you for your hard work!
Hero Awards Gala Sponsors
Louis Vuitton North America
Presidio Network Solutions
The Landis Group
Bryant Park Corporation
Marilyn and James Simons Charitable Fund
James and Jacqueline Rosinsky
Eugene and Carol Cheng
Global Foundation for First Responders
Mike Emmerman and Patricia Stockhausen
JVR Electric, Inc.
Thomas and Ann Marie Flood
Miller Environmental Group
Bryant Park Grill
Bank of America Winter Village