Save the Date

Join us for this unique, interactive event as we celebrate 20 years of empowering youth to create technology with purpose!


Tuesday May 9, 2017
6:00 p.m.


409 East 59th Street
New York City


Corporate Honorees

Civic Honoree

Gale A. Brewer, Manhattan Borough President 


Mouse Students and Alumni

Benefit Chairs

Amy Kadomatsu and Robert Lopez

Benefit Committee

Dawn Barber
Rashmy and Surath Chatterjee
Ted Cohen
Tony DiSanto
Byrne Doyle
Matt Greenfield
Robin and Alice Griffiths
Scott Kaplan
Joy Marcus and David Rosenberg
Sheila Marmon and Steven Heuer
Caroline McCarthy
Jeanne Meyer
Amanda and Colin O’Donnell
Daniel Rabuzzi and Deborah A. Mills
Carole Wacey


$50,000: Powering STEM
Best Buy 

$25,000: Powering Innovation
Amy Kadomatsu and Robert Lopez

$15,000: Powering Diversity

$10,000: Powering Creativity
Amanda and Colin O’Donnell

$5,000: Powering Education
Rashmy and Surath Chatterjee
Robin and Alice Griffiths
Joy Marcus and David Rosenberg
Daniel Rabuzzi and Deborah A. Mills

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Our Story

In 1997, a group of Silicon Alley volunteers began wiring schools on the weekends in New York City schools to close the widening gap between schools and the new age of information.

As a result, Mouse emerged not only to "close the divide” and provide the necessary technology support, but for its potential to empower youth to use technology as a force for good and positively impact the world around them.

View our Infographic: 20 Years of Powering Change


Please contact Janine Quijije, Mouse Director of Development, at or 646.574.2962. 

(As of January 2017)