Successful Non-Profit Events

With many unique rooms to choose from, the Ziegfeld Ballroom has reception halls to fit every type of non-profit event. Our executive meeting rooms are ideal for administrative functions such as board meetings, general member meetings, seminars, or training where access to the latest audiovisual equipment, teleconferencing and wireless T-1 internet connection is needed.

The Zeigfeld Ballroom is one of the most well known reception halls in New York. Celebrity entertainment galas as well as fundraising receptions, seated dinner balls and silent auctions sparkle against the stunning backdrop and rich textures of the buildings’ architecture, setting the mood for generosity and the spirit of sharing. We have the right size and selection of reception halls in NY for your event and work with you to create the perfect environment so your organization and its cause can take center stage.

 

Our Event Team

Allan Kurtz, Managing Director
Alan Greif, Director of Special Events
Stephanie Black, Director of Events
Jennifer Flaherty, Assistant Director Catering
Walter Figueroa, Director of Operations
Maureen Acampora, Beverage Manager
Jonathan Tare, Controller
Jose Moreno, Facilities Manager


Recent Client Testimonials

Beautiful and classic...

“Beautiful and classic NYC venue.It was definitely wow and my guests had never been to a reception in a converted art deco bank. They contract catering with Thomas Preti Caterers who are top notch. Service was impeccable. It's a photographer's dream, and you must have specialized lighting to really make the venue shine.”

— Michelle Z.

Food and staff top notch...

"It was a fantastic setting. The Event Manager, was very helpful. They are willing to get you whatever you want. Their in-house caterer Thomas Preti was the best. His food and staff were top notch. If you want something different, I would definitely contact The Ziegfeld Ballroom!”

— Lethie W.

Breathtaking setting...

"The staff was a pleasure to work with always taking their time to answer questions , offer suggestions, put us at ease and of course never failing to make us feel that our special day was important to them. 
Never could we have envisioned a more breathtaking setting for our fairy tale wedding!"

— Penelope B.

The new space will include one of he largest ballrooms in the city and accommodate up to 1,200 people.
— New York Times
The new Ziegfeld Ballroom will be a mecca for society galas and corporate events...World renowned for the quality of its sound and projection — and for an ornate design that evoked the long-gone ’20s movie palaces that once lined Broadway and Seventh Avenue — the Ziegfeld was for decades one of the country’s best-known movie venues.
— New York Post