about the event office

The Event Office manages fundraising benefits for some of New York’s top charitable organizations. As a boutique special event production firm, we provide consultation and full application for non-profits. We supervise event fundraising campaigns from concept to completion and are expert at black-tie dinner dances, benefit galas, golf outings, charity auctions and cultivation cocktail parties. Scott Perrin, Founder and Managing Member of The Event Office, and his team coordinate a full schedule of fundraising events each season by taking comprehensive responsibility for fundraising campaigns.

The Event Office has created hundreds of special events from elegant, black-tie fundraising galas to Bill Clinton’s Presidential inauguration to celebrations surrounding The Grammy Awards to postage stamp introductions by the United States Post Office. Prior to creating The Event Office, Scott Perrin served as Director of Special Events at Lenox Hill Hospital. Scott has served as a member of the Board of Governors of Brown University, as President of The Brown University Club in New York, as Chair of the Trinity School Younger Alumni Committee, as Chair of the Greenwich Village Historical Preservation Society Junior Committee and as Chair of the En Garde Arts Junior Committee. Scott grew up in the event and entertainment industry as the son of legendary orchestra leader Forrest Perrin.

Scott Perrin is also Associate Producer of “The Flying Karamazov Brothers” and the Producer of the Off-Broadway hit musicals, “Our Sinatra” and “Secrets Every Smart Traveler Should Know,” as well as the critically-acclaimed, seven year series of musical revues at Rainbow & Stars, the showroom at The Rainbow Room restaurant, saluting Cole Porter, Rodgers & Hart, George Gershwin, Irving Berlin, Jule Styne, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Lerner & Loewe, Leonard Bernstein, the R&B era and 20th Century Pop. These productions were hailed by The New York Times as “The best revues in New York in years.” Scott’s Rodgers & Hammerstein revue, “A Grand Night for Singing,” moved to Broadway and received two Tony Award nominations including Best Musical.

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