The Gala was a success, thanks to you!

We had a smashing evening of entertainment, fundraising and love.

And we couldn’t have done it without your generous support.

The Floating Hospital believes that healthcare is a fundamental human right. Since our founding 158 years ago, we have provided unrestricted healthcare and relief to all who walk through our doors, regardless of identity, status, or ability to pay. We play a vital role in the lives of our most vulnerable and underserved communities: victims of domestic violence, homeless and underserved families.

Thanks to your generous contributions, we are able to continue our essential work:

  • Free healthcare services to those who need it most – children and their families living in shelters, safe houses, and doubled up with family and friends.
  • Support for women living in safe houses, who are particularly vulnerable as their abusers are frequently the providers of health insurance.
  • Turning no one away from receiving the care they need.
  • A life-changing Camp Rise Up this summer for 80 homeless teens this summer, including all necessary supplies.
  • Free shelter-to-clinic transportation reaches families in the most isolated areas.

Tuesday, June 4, 2024 • 6:30 pm

Guastavino’s, 409 East 59th Street, New York, NY 10022

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Many thanks to our generous sponsors


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The John and Martha Wolf Donor Advised Fund,

The New York Community Trust


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Henry Schein
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Ford of Queens
Mazda of Valley Stream


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Karen & Doug Seidman

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Medix-Positively Impacting Lives


Beltramini Family

Amy P. De Shong

Sean T. Granahan, Esq.

Gloria Jackson

LaPlaca Hardy Family

Shannon & Philip LaRocco

Madeline A. Naegle

A page from our historical scrapbook

1916, Wilmington, Delaware: Catherine Cossitt Dodge (Mrs. John S. Rogers), a relative of Mrs. Juilliard—the benefactor behind the ship’s donation—gracefully christened the Helen C Juilliard II. She commemorated the launch by releasing a bouquet of carrier doves from within a rose basket, a nod to Japanese tradition. This ceremony mirrored the inaugural launch of the Helen C. Juilliard I, an event honored by the presence of the Japanese Envoy.

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