FOR MAKING OUR CELEBRATION A SUCCESS!

If you are looking to pickup an item please email us at info@unis70.org
or visit Vera Tatel or Michelle Bertrand on the 1st floor at UNIS to pick up you items. 




Pier 25   GETS A MAKEOVER   UNIS ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION PHOTOS   Hey! I recognize that statue! 


FOR MORE AMAZING PICS FROM BACK IN THE DAY CLICK HERE!

DO YOU HAVE OLD PHOTOS OR VIDEOS? WE'D LOVE TO SEE THEM! PLEASE EMAIL US AT: INFO@UNIS70.ORG




UNIS Queens 1990's

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THANK YOU TO THOSE WHO HAVE DONATED! 


 

 
Ballet at UNIS in the 2nd Floor Garden - Pre-Skylights! 


Did you know? We have a dedicated website to our 70th year!  
CLICK HERE
to visit & learn everything UNIS70!


In 1947 UNIS was founded by a group of UN parents to provide an international education that emphasized academic excellence and fostered global understanding within a caring community. Celebrate this milestone with us at unis70th.org.



SPECIALTY COCKTAILS TO BE PROVIDED COURTESY OF: 


HOSTS

Pat Kiernan of NY 1
will be our emcee for the evening! 


Pat Kiernan is familiar to us as a UNIS parent, but to most New Yorkers as part of their morning routine since 1997, when he became the morning anchor for NY1 News.  He’s best known for his daily "In the Papers" feature, where he summarizes the colorful content of New York City's local papers with a combination of insight, analysis and deadpan humor.
 
With his NY1 routine a constant for the past 19 years, Pat enjoys taking on a wide range of other broadcasting assignments. He’s been the host of several national game shows, including VH1’s “World Series of Pop Culture.” Pat is often asked to appear “as himself” in movies and TV programs. “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” “Billions” and “Money Monster” are among his most recent appearances, and he’s scheduled to be part of the upcoming “Ghostbusters” remake. In 2012, Pat was among Kelly Ripa’s co-hosts on “Live! with Kelly.”
 

Auctioneer CK Swett
will be leading the live auction!



CK Swett, a California native and Duke University graduate, began his career in the auction world in 2006, and has worked at Christie’s, Phillips and Heritage during the intervening ten years. In 2016, he founded Lot 1 with former Christie’s colleague, Charles Antin, in order to better address the critical importance of not-for-profit fundraising.


Please Share the website link with Friends and Family to bid from home!
501auctions.com/unis70
You do not need to be present to win!
 
 
How Do I Place a Bid?
If you have already purchased a ticket, you are automatically registered.
 
  • Register and bid by clicking the register menu item on the top right.
  • A confirmation text or e-mail will be sent to you. 
  • Sign-in on the website or click on that link to browse the catalog and choose from many fabulous items!
  • Place your bid on a selected item with the option of setting a maximum bid
  • You will be notified via text if you have been outbid
 




Watch this space for new additions to the evening! 
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Don't forget your favorite teacher or staff member! 
THANK YOU!


Donation Drop-Off Locations
   UNIS Manhattan:  Michele Bertrand Ground Level 8:30a-5:30p M-F)  
UNIS Queens: First Floor Office (7:45a to 4:15p M-F)

Please label your donation with “UNIS 70", Your Name and Contact Information.
If you have any questions or would like to schedule pick up or drop off, please contact info@unis70.org
or the event Co-Chairs Trish Neve at 917.860.9449 or Devika Agge at  917.763.2061
Your generosity is greatly appreciated. 

You can also mail your donation to the following address: 
United Nations International School 
Attn: Michelle Bertrand / UNIS70
24-50 FDR Drive, New York, NY 10010 
 
Thank you for supporting UNIS!



UNIS Mission and History 
 
Established in 1947 for families associated with the United Nations, The United Nations International School (UNIS) is an independent school in New York City. Taught by faculty representing 32 countries, students receive an academically rigorous international education in nine languages that prepares them to become an active force in shaping a more peaceful, compassionate and sustainable world.

The school’s founding mission 68 years ago is still as relevant today: providing a global education while preserving its students' diverse cultural heritages. Today, UNIS has nearly 1600 students on two campuses: the campus in Jamaica Estates, Queens is a K-8 school and the Manhattan campus, overlooking the East River, is K-12.