Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Launches LLS Children’s Initiative

Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
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The Chief Executive Officer of First Financial Resources Ltd., Kenneth Wirth is also an award-winning producer of Broadway plays, including Jitney and Peter and the Starcatcher. Over the course of his career, Kenneth Wirth has served on the board of directors for multiple nonprofit organizations, such as the Leukemia Society of America, now known as the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS).

Mr Wirth continues to serve on various Boards with the objective to assist Non-Profit Organizations to raise money for its objectives. Very often the entertainment selection falls under the responsibility of Ken Wirth to create the maximum impact for financial success of the fund raising events for all of these organizations.
The essence of the work provided by Ken Wirth has been in a wide array of 501c3 organizations who need successful fund raising events to meet budget and operating expenses.
The Leukemia involvement goes back to 1986 and it has led to other Non Profits who have similar needs.


The Drama League’s 2016 Benefit Gala

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The Drama League
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Kenneth Wirth is the CEO of First Financial Resources Ltd., a financial services company in Greenwich, Connecticut. Kenneth Wirth also sits on the Board of Directors of the Drama League, a private club for lovers of theater. The Drama League offers members discounts on Broadway and off-Broadway plays, invitations to special events, and voting privileges in its prestigious theater awards. It is also responsible for several theater-related programs, classes, and workshops.

The Drama League, which turns 100 in 2016, holds a benefit gala each year in New York City. This year’s exclusive, black-tie event will take place on November 7, 2016, at the Plaza. The 2016 benefit gala theme is “Our Next Century,” and the evening will feature a silent auction, a cocktail reception followed by an elegant three-course meal, and a musical tribute by prominent performers from Broadway, the West End, and Hollywood.

The annual benefit gala is held to support the Drama League’s Directors Project, an award-winning program with over 300 alumni, including Tony Award winners Sam Gold of Fun Home and Diane Paulus of Finding Neverland. The Directors Project, which was founded in 1984, is an educational initiative that seeks out promising young artists and helps launch their careers in professional theater. Directors involved with the project have been the recipients of honors including Tony, Emmy, Grammy, GLAAD, and New York Drama Critics’ Circle Awards.
In addition the Drama League will hold its annual Awards Luncheon on May 20th 2016 at the Marriot Marquis in New York city. The nominations were announced on April 20th 2016 at Sardis. The voting has started and the excitement continues to the announcements on May 20th.