Founded 20 years ago in memory of Marion and Irving Mann

The Mann Charitable Foundation helps fund research for geriatric diseases and seeks to ultimately find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease

An estimated 5.5 million Americans of all ages have Alzheimer’s disease—a number that’s growing rapidly—in addition to the millions of Americans affected by geriatric diseases. While medical advances have helped to confirm progression and targets of these terrible diseases, fact remains that there’s still no cure. But, with the help of the Mann Charitable Foundation efforts to continue research are possible.

In years past, the foundation has hosted various dinners, golf outings, cocktail parties and gala events to raise money for research, but it doesn’t stop there. The Foundation continues to host annual events around New York to make research efforts possible.


This year the Mann Charitable Foundation is expanding its research efforts to include Crohn’s and colitis, liver cancer and breast cancer all of which have affected the lives of those close to the Mann’s as well as other families around the country. Donations, sponsorships, raffle events and more coupled with the Mann Charitable Foundation help to stop these terrible diseases.

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia, which involves memory loss and other cognitive abilities that can alter one’s life. Alzheimer’s specifically accounts for 60 to 80 percent of dementia cases. As a progressive disease, Alzheimer’s symptoms worsen over time. Medications can slow the process, but there has yet to be a breakthrough in treatment for a cure.

Crohn’s and colitis are both categories of inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD). An estimated 1.6 million Americans are affected by IBD, a disease that tends to run through familial lines both male and female alike. Medical advances have been made to help alleviate the pain these inflammatory diseases cause, and dieting changes also help, but an actual cure to the disease is still up for discovery.

Liver disease can come in many forms and stages and is affected by many illnesses such as excessive drug usage, cirrhosis, alcoholism, hepatitis A, B, C, D and E and iron overload. The disease can cause painful symptoms that disrupt one’s natural life flow. Medication is offered to relieve symptoms, and treatments are available to extend life.

Breast cancer is the most common invasive cancer in women and the second main cause of cancer death in women, after lung cancer. Advancement in screening and treatment have improved survival rates and there are an estimated 3.1 million breast cancer survivors in the U.S. There are many treatments for breast cancer including radiation, surgery, targeted drug therapy, hormone therapy and chemotherapy.


Mann Charitable Foundation’s 11th Annual Golf Outing

Join Jeffrey Mann and the Mann Charitable Foundation at the beautiful Fresh Meadow Country Club in Lake Success, NY on September 17, 2018 for a great day of golf, food, and networking.

The Mann Charitable Foundation was founded 20 years ago in honor of Marion and Irving Mann. Its mission is to fund research for geriatric diseases, and to ultimately find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease. Last year, the Mann Charitable Foundation expanded its initiatives to include Crohn’s and colitis, breast cancer, and liver diseases.


The Mann Charitable Foundations Hosts 2nd Annual Leading Ladies Event

Over 300 guests attended The Mann Charitable Foundation’s second annual Leading Ladies event, which honors women in the apparel, real estate, hedge fund, and banking industries. This year the Mann Charitable Foundation (MCF) highlighted the recent “Time’s Up” movement and wore all black attire adorned with MCF Time’s Up pins. The celebration was held at Rock ‘N Reilly’s, a trendy rooftop bar located in The Renaissance Hotel in midtown Manhattan.

Vickey Barron, a top-producing real estate broker and cover story for Mann Report Residential, was honored at the event along with 20 other leading industry women, including: Abby Parsonnet, Metro New York at Webster Bank; Amna Mahmood, The CIT Group/Commercial Services; Anne Chang, JadeStone Real Estate; Ashley Orlando, Express Trade Capital; Dasha Burns, Express Trade Capital; Ellen Israel, JRT Realty Group, Inc.; Ellen B. Marshall, Santander Bank; Emily Stoddard, New York City TD Bank; Filomena Maclean, HUB International Northeast; Heather C. Litman, Grunfeld, Desiderio, Lebowitz, Silverman & Klestadt, LLP; Jaimee L. Nardiello, Zetlin & De Chiara, LLP; Janine Mosher, BMNAR; Karen Bennett, COAST Trade Show Miami; Leslie Harwood, Newmark Knight Frank; Mary Ann Domuracki, MMG Advisors, Inc.; Nicole Liebman, Hudson; Robin Dolch, Hundred Stories PR; Rosemary Liuzzo Mohamed, Adam Leitman Bailey PC; Sandra Erickson, Sandra Erickson Real Estate; and Harriet Greenberg, Friedman LLP, who received the honorary Humanitarian Award.

The Mann family has held women in key positions at their many companies for years, and will continue to do so moving forward. Thank you to all those who attended in support of MCF’s Leading Ladies and the other many initiatives, such as geriatric diseases, Crohn’s and colitis, breast cancer, liver disease, and Alzheimer’s.


10th Annual Golf Outing

The Mann Charitable Foundation hosted its 10th annual golf outing at Fresh Meadow Country Club in Lake Success, New York, on September 11, 2017. The outing payed special tribute to those who lost their lives on that tragic and historic day. All signage was dressed in red, white and blue, with the words “Never Forget.” Prior to teeing off at the event, the Great Neck Fire Department provided a special tribute to those lost. The golf outing included an 18-hole golf tournament followed by an honoree ceremony, South Beach–style dinner with various stations, including passed hors d’ oeuvres, top-shelf cocktails, fresh-caught lobster, steak and a raw bar—and a raffle and grand prize were also highlights. Jeff Mann, owner and CEO of Mann Publications as well as director of Mann Charitable Foundation, has been a member of Fresh Meadow Country Club for more than 20 years and continue to plan and host events there annually. It was one of the hottest events of the year that raised money for a great cause and attendees celebrated into the night.

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The Mann Charitable Foundation First Annual Leading Ladies Event.

Over 300 guests attended The Mann Charitable Foundation benefit hosted by Mann Publications, honoring the leading ladies for their outstanding achievements in the real estate, apparel and finance industries. The celebration was held at Rock ‘N Reilly’s, the city’s new rooftop bar located in The Renaissance Hotel in midtown Manhattan.

Frances Katzen, a top-producing real estate broker and cover story for the May issue of Mann Report Residential, was honored at the event, along with 22 other leading industry women including: Esen Edip, Titles of New York; Highlyann Krasnow, MNS; Marcia Nelson, Deals & Divas; Julie Teitel, EverBank; Carrie Brown, Hillmann Consulting, LLC; Edith Cardona, Linda Hernandez and Margo Navarro, Lanagsam Properties Services Corp; Krystal Pescatore, Advantage Plumbing & Mechanical Corp; Donna Scibetta, Champion Elevator Corp; J’Nell Simmons, Landlords NY; Gillian Bader, Ballon Stoll Bader & Nadler PC; Inga Kruliene, Design Republic; Laurie Dove, Perfect Building Maintenance; Yelena Nersesyan, Haynes Boone; Anita Skara, MGE Unified Technologies Corp; Barbara Blair, The Garment District Alliance NYC; Karen Giberson, Accessories Council; Esther Lainis, Capital One NA; Grace Mak, Friedman LLP; Ouida Oliver, Ronni Nicole; Julie Acuff, Wells Fargo Capital Finance.

A special thanks to all those who attended, as The Mann Charitable Foundation wil be able to give a considerable donation to further research for Alzheimer’s disease to the Mount Sinai Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (ADRC) in New York.

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Inquiries about Mann Charitable Foundation:
Helena Madden  |  212-840-6266 x319  |

Stacie Seidl  |  212-840-6266 x303  |

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