Steve Olsen Run for Rogosin

Sun June 14, 2020 New York, NY US 10019 Directions
Team Fundraiser

Team Lewis Black


Raised of $3,000



(Lewis & friend Steve Olsen)

You can help TEAM LEWIS BLACK Save Lives!

"My dear friend, Steve Olsen started a fantastic fundraiser several years ago called 'Run For Rogosin' to benefit the Rogosin Institute in NYC. Rogosin helps people dealing with kidney disease and was instrumental in helping Steve make it through many years of dialysis before his transplant. This year marks the 11th Anniversary of Run For Rogosin!

As I have done previously, I've formed TEAM LEWIS BLACK to help raise funds. This fundraiser means a great deal to me & my dear friend Steve Olsen. I hope a few of you will throw a couple bucks to the cause or come out and run the 5K. You really are making a difference by donating or running." ~ Lewis

Rewards for Team Lewis Black Donors:

  • The Highest Donor will receive 2 complimentary tickets to a Lewis Black show on the 2020 Tour. (Blackout dates may apply). Tour dates for the second half of 2020 will be announced in coming weeks. You and your guest will *MEET LEWIS after the show!  View Tour Dates
  • Anyone who donates $25 or more will be automatically entered in a random drawing and TWO winners will be randomly chosen to receive a "swag bag" full of Lewis Black collectibles (t-shirts, hat, travel mug, etc).

Rewards for Team Lewis Black Donors:  Complimentary tickets and meet & greet do not include transportation or lodging. Tickets are Will Call pick up at the venue box office the night of the show only. You will be required to show a photo I.D. Some venues may have age restrictions. Winners will be notified by email so make sure the email address you use is one you check often!

*Meet & Greet winners and their guest will be expected to conduct themselves appropriately. Polite manners and respect for the artist and adherence to any rules or parameters are required. Anyone not following the direction of the staff may be removed.

>>> The Annual Steve Olsen Run for Rogosin, was founded by Steve Olsen, owner of the West Bank Cafe in the heart of New York City's theater district. Steve is a kidney transplant recipient and a former Rogosin patient. His and his friends' personal commitment to our cause make this an unforgettable, one-of-a-kind event.

The Steve Olsen Run for Rogosin has become a great way to inform people about prevention and risk factors for kidney disease and to increase awareness about kidney health and organ donation. Funds raised through this event will help Rogosin pursue critical research, treatment, and prevention efforts for thousands of people with kidney disease and the millions at risk for it due to diabetes and hypertension.
Sunday, June 14, 2020 Pier 84 at Hudson River Park
*** Event will be held RAIN OR SHINE
8:00 am:     Check-In 
8:20 am:     Group Stretches & Warm Up Exercises with Ena Hashimoto
8:30 am:     Group Photo
8:35 am:     Opening Program
9:00 am:     Run/Walk Start
10:00 am:   Run Award Ceremony, Refreshments, & Closing Remarks
The Rogosin Institute was established in New York City in 1983 as an independent, not-for-profit institution for research, treatment, and prevention of kidney disease.  Rogosins history can be traced back to 1955 when the first Cardiorenal Laboratory at Bellevue Hospital in New York City was created and became the predecessor for ensuing kidney programs.

Rogosin is affiliated with NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Weill Cornell Medical College and is a member of the NewYork Presbyterian Regional Hospital Network.  Most of our physicians have appointments in NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and Weill Cornell Medical College.

Top Donors

$1,850 Raised By 8 Donors

$1,000 in memory of George Johanson
$500 on behalf of Stacy Kilkenny
$100 on behalf of David Crosby
$100 in memory of my father Louis Beloff, M.D.
$50 from Anonymous
$50 on behalf of Shawn Snyder
$25 in support of Humanity
$25 on behalf of Shawn Snyder

Team Lewis Black Team Members

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