ICAP New York 27th annual global Charity Day raises $6 million

ICAP New York 27th annual global Charity Day raises $6 million

11 Dec 2019


New York, December 11 2019 – ICAP, part of TP ICAP group, the world’s largest interdealer broker, is pleased to announce that it raised $6 million on its 27th annual global Charity Day, held yesterday.

A host of celebrities, including Oscar-nominated actor, Bradley Cooper, sports stars Alex Rodriguez and Adam Graves, alongside model Lily Aldridge and actor David Costabile, attended ICAP Charity Day in New York on Tuesday to raise money for many charitable causes.The event took place across ICAP’s 27 global offices, with 100% of ICAP’s revenues and brokers’ commissions donated directly to charitable causes.

Nicolas Breteau, Group Chief Executive Officer, TP ICAP, said:

“I am delighted that this year’s ICAP Charity Day raised $6 million, bringing the total amount raised to approximately $190 million since the first Charity Day in 1993.

The fantastic amount raised by our 27th annual Charity Day will make a significant difference to many great causes and initiatives around the world. I would like to thank our customers, employees, suppliers and our celebrity guests for their dedication and goodwill on behalf of ICAP Charity Day.”

Over 45 US charitable organizations benefited from ICAP Charity Day this year. To learn more visit www.icapcharityday.com.

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Kylie Souder, Aspectus Group

Notes to Editors:

2019 U.S. Charities supported by ICAP Charity Day

A Free Bird Organization
Arms Wide Open
Blythedale Children’s Hospital
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Durham
Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City Boston Children’s Hospital
Boys and Girls Club of Brazoria Texas
Children in Conflict
Children’s Cardiomyopathy Foundation Civic Duty Partners Fairfield County Sports Commission
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FBI Academy Foundations
Free Arts NYC
Gilda’s Club Kentuckiana
Healing Emergency Aid Response Team 9/11, Inc.
The Healing Place Louisville
Hope Autism
Hope for a Healthier Humanity
Houston LEAD
International Network for Public Schools
The Jerome Bettis Bus Stop Here Foundation
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
The Manhattan Children’s Center
The Matthew Larson FDN for Pediatric Brain Tumors Mariano Rivera Foundation
Michelle Paternoster FDN Sarcoma Research
National Multiple Sclerosis Society
NEO Philanthropy – Refuge Action Fund
New Heights
NYU Langone Health One Family Foundation
Orthopaedic Foundation
Phelan McDermid Syndrome Foundation Reach the World
Restore NYC, Inc.
Right to Play Rogers Clemens Foundation
Ronald McDonald House of Chapel Hill
SickKids Foundation SmileZone Foundation St. Jude Children’s Hospital
Stop Soldier Suicide The Italian American Baseball Foundation
We Can Kick It 22q11