Don't miss out on this opportunity to take a ride in a Rolls Royce Phantom and have a power lunch with Real Estate Mogul, Daniel Neiditch! You'll get advice on real estate, solar and philanthropy while dining in the Hamptons or in NYC.
Mr. Neiditch will share his trade secrets and offer you the insight into a real estate investor. He will also talk to you about his philanthropy work and solar initiatives. Neiditch is the President of River 2 River Realty which is a real estate business in New York City and beyond. Neiditch has gone on to procure, develop, and revitalize real estate developments on a much larger scale than he ever thought possible. In our interview with Neiditch he said " The business’ ties I have with national organizations and Fortune 500 companies has helped expand my outreach across the country".
Daniel Neiditch is a real estate mogul, sustainability advocate, and philanthropist in New York City. He is the President of River 2 River Realty, a top tier real estate firm with a distinguished reputation for serving the city’s residents as a trustworthy brokerage, landlord, property manager, and developer. Neiditch is also oft-recognized for his work as President of The Atelier Condo, a sustainability-forward luxury building in New York City. It is the tallest residential solar-powered building in the United States, and Neiditch was at the forefront of the solar movement as an earlier pioneer of the technology.
Daniel Neiditch’s early-career successes have allowed him to support several charitable causes and organizations, especially in education, healthcare, community-building, and youth services. Having grown up in the Bronx, Neiditch is passionate about empowering disadvantaged children and their families living in his native borough.
Neiditch is particularly focused on eradicating homelessness. As a child, he saw the painful reality of homelessness and financial insecurity take its toll on his friends and neighbors. Today, he strives to connect those experiencing homelessness with medical care, jobs, and housing. Several years ago, Neiditch even went undercover and lived on the streets for three days to gain a first-person understanding of how it feels to be without shelter and support. He is working with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand to find a solution to help the homeless population in New York and beyond with his innovative ideas to create jobs and housing.
As the preferred luxury realtor of noted celebrities — including Ed Harris, Dania Ramirez, Michael Douglas, Lindsay Lohan, Amy Brenneman and Hillary Duff — Daniel Neiditch collaborates with his expansive network to expand his philanthropic reach and amplify awareness for worthy causes. Neiditch has been a personal guest of honor in the home of Michael J. Fox for his support of the adaptive sports foundation, an organization that provides life-changing experiences for children with physical and cognitive disabilities.
Neiditch’s philanthropic partnerships have drawn considerable media attention and facilitated significant charitable impact. For example, Daniel Neiditch held a celebrity boxing match atop one of his Midtown residential buildings with heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield. Holyfield’s signed boxing gloves were put up for charity auction; by the end of the match, the pair had raised over $100,000 for autism awareness.
Neiditch also had a boxing match with the legend Sugar Ray Leonard to support childhood diabetes in Los Angeles. In addition, he was honored by the Shaquille O’Neal foundation for his support by walking down thered carpet with Shaq during the premiere of his HBO documentary. Billy Crystal honored Neiditch for his support of the Drama League backstage at his Broadway Show, Mr. Saturday Night.
Daniel Neiditch has also been heavily involved with Room to Grow, a nonprofit which offers structured coaching, material goods, and community connections to support parents and children alike. He has collaborated with actors Bruce Willis and Uma Thurman to host Room to Grow’s annual benefit. Most recently, he helped adapt the event to a virtual format when COVID-19 would have otherwise made an in-person fundraiser impossible. Neiditch also supported the Say Organization, which helps children with stuttering issues as a VIP and had a private bowling event with Ant Man actor Paul Rudd to raise money.
Neiditch also notably hosted the Kingsbridge Heights Community Center (KHCC) fundraiser with artist Jeff Koons, and was a host for the Montclair Film’s annual fundraiser and was on stage with Stephen Colbert and Julia Louis-Dreyfus in front of a 3000-person crowd. Neiditch was an honorary guest three times at the Israel Day Parade for his tremendous support of Israel and was honored by driving his one-of-a-kind Lamborghini down the parade route.
Daniel Neiditch is also heavily involved with Literacy Partners, an adult education nonprofit dedicated to strengthening NYC families through increased literacy. He is a regular contributor to St. Jude Children’s Hospital and has also supported the Ryan Seacrest foundation together with the Jonas brothers. Neiditch has traveled to Africa to help underserved populations and is a longtime contributor to the Clinton Foundation and The Bush Foundation. He has also contributed to the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund, initially founded in response to the destructive earthquake in Haiti in 2010. Neiditch is the chairman of the board for the Max Alexander Foundation, which helps underprivileged communities in Africa by building schools and giving supplies needed to educate the youth there. Neiditch was an honored guest backstage at Shania Twain's concert in Madison Square Garden for this support of Shania Kids can which helps underprivileged and abused children with economic , social and personal sufferings.
Neiditch has been honored 5 times to throw out the first pitch at Major League Baseball games by the Minnesota Twins, Boston Red Sox, Philadelphia Phillies, Chicago White Sox and the St. Louis Cardinals for his tremendous support in those local communities to help the underserved population. Neiditch believes sports can be a powerful tool in philanthropy. Neiditch was honored backstage by late show host Seth Meyers at NBC studio for supporting the Chris Everett Foundation, which helps children in need from drug-addicted families. He also supported the 1 in 6 Foundation with acting legend Anthony Edwards to spread the word for men who have been sexually assaulted as children to get their stories out and save others by heightening awareness. Neiditch was an honored guest and walked the red carpet at the 2023 Drama League awards with Grammy winner Josh Groban and other stars such as Jessica Chastain & Ben Platt. Neiditch and Groban help young artists in underprivileged communities get the chance to start in the music industry. Daniel Neiditch donated money to support scholarships for underprivileged students in the Bronx with the support of the NY Yankess Harrison Bader and Aaron Judge. Neiditch has worked with actor Lou Diamond Phillips who is on the board of Governors for the Academy of motion pictures with their mutual support of the ACLU. Neiditch was honored speaker at a celebrity golf event for the Boys and Girls Club with NY Giants Saquon Barkley and other NFL players.
Daniel Neiditch serves New York as an on-call chief emergency first responder and an Honorary Fire Chief for New York State. He is a member of the Forbes Real Estate Council and is an active contributor to Entrepreneur and SCORE NYC, the nonprofit mentorship arm of the Small Business Association. He firmly believes nonprofits can be powerful allies to local governments if given a chance.
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A maximum bid is a secret amount you enter, that represents the maximum amount you are willing to bid. It is higher than the current price and also higher than the next allowable minimum bid amount. If you enter a maximum bid, we’ll bid on your behalf up to that maximum bid amount in response to other bids, according to Charitybuzz’s bidding tiers.
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Charitybuzz strongly encourages the use of Max Bids to increase your chances of winning.
When an auction reaches the final 10 minutes before it closes, any bids received in that final 10 minutes push out the previous close time by an additional 10 minutes. This recurring 10 minute extension is known as “Extended Bidding,” and is signified by a banner above the auction timer on the lot page.
This dynamically extending period is designed to protect against a practice commonly known as “sniping” or “last second bidding” where bidders attempt to enter a quick bid in the final seconds of an auction to secure a win before competing bidders have a chance to counter.
Live bids lots are a special type of auction lot on Charitybuzz. Live bid lots on Charitybuzz are paired with a real world, physical auction, where that real world auction is often scheduled to occur at a later date. You can distinguish Live Bid lots by the “Live Bid” label in the title of the lot, and additional description text at the start of the lots “Overview” tab.
In a Live Bid lot on Charitybuzz, a lot is created that is similar to any other auction lot on the site. These special lots last for similar amounts of time and bidding occurs normally by our users.
Things start to differ after a Charitybuzz Live Bid lot closes. After it closes and the winning bidder is chosen, that winning bidder’s bid amount or (if it exists) the max bid amount associated with that winning bid, are taken and entered into the associated real world auction. For example, if a bidder on Charitybuzz wins at $12,000 with an unrealized max bid of $15,000, then that $15,000 dollar amount is passed on into the real world auction.
Before the winning bidders bid or max bid amount is passed on, someone from Charitybuzz contacts that winner after the Charitybuzz lot closes and before the real world auction opens. This is to confirm if the bidder would like to increase their bid or max bid amount before it’s entered into the real world auction.
What happens during the real world auction? Each individual one may vary. Charitybuzz does not own or operate any real world auctions, nor does Charitybuzz require any partners to follow a specific auction model. We make no claims to the consistency of real world auction experiences and encourage bidders to contact us for more details as needed.
In our experience, real world auctions tied to Charitybuzz Live Bid lots are typically executed by our partners in a few common ways.
In one scenario, if an auction house and an auctioneer is present, winning live bids from Charitybuzz Live Bid lots are treated as “absentee” bids. This normally means that the Charitybuzz winning bid is placed in the auctioneers books as a bid. As the auctioneer conducts the auction, they will bring up and enter the Charitybuzz winning bid during the course of the auction as the current price or next minimum bid value approaches the Charitybuzz winner’s bid amount. In this scenario, other people in the real world room are expected to bid against the auctioneer, not the Charitybuzz winning bidder. If no one is bidding in the room, the auctioneer will typically keep bidding up the price until the Charitybuzz Live Bid winner wins the real world auction.
In other models, an audience member (including, but not limited to a charity partner employee) might act as a proxy for the winning Charitybuzz bidder. They will usually bid on behalf of the winning Charitybuzz Live Bid winner during the normal course of that auction, using whatever means provided for that auction house (i.e. paddles, etc.)
After the auction is completed, someone from Charitybuzz contacts our bidder to let them know the outcome. If that Charitybuzz Live Bid bidder has won, payment occurs as usual. If that Charitybuzz Live Bid bidder did not win, they will be notified accordingly.
A reserve bid is a bid placed by Charitybuzz on behalf of the seller up to the minimum reserve (if applicable). Bids placed by Charitybuzz on behalf of the seller up to the amount of the reserve, will be counted toward the total bid count displayed on the lot page’s bid box.
Refunds are rewarded on a case by case basis and at the sole discretion of Charitybuzz, LLC.
Experiences auctioned on Charitybuzz.com go through a specific redemption process to coordinate details and complete. That process normally involves messaging and scheduling between all parties (i.e. winners, charities, sellers, venues). Details discussed include but are not limited to experience dates, arrival procedures, airfare, hotel accommodations, restrictions, will-call requirements, and any other on-site notes. Scheduling requires an initial request sent by the customer, and a followup confirmation submitted by relevant redemption contacts.
The minimum processing and handling charge for this item is $0.00.
Getting your item - Items will either be shipped directly from Charitybuzz or from the item seller (Third Party) as indicated. Items shipping from Charitybuzz will be sent within five business days of payment settlement by the winning bidder. All third party items will be shipped within the times indicated on the lot page. Winning bidders should ensure the desired shipping address is provided to Charitybuzz within 24 hours after payment settlement. Charitybuzz will default to the shipping address listed on the winning bidder’s account unless otherwise notified. Please see FAQs for more information.
Items that require signature - Items with a sale price of $1,000 and above are typically shipped with signature required.
Tickets & Certificates - For hard copies of tickets and certificates, the minimum shipping, handling, and applicable insurance charge is $14.95. Tickets, certificates, and vouchers, unless otherwise specified, will be shipped via professional carrier with standard ground service. In some cases, tickets will be left at the venue's "Will Call" window under the winner's name. Merchandise is insured for the winning amount.
Merchandise - The minimum shipping charge for merchandise is $19.95. (Shipments outside the U.S. are subject to additional shipping and customs fees.) Merchandise, unless otherwise specified, will be shipped via professional carrier with standard ground service. Oversized items may require special delivery arrangements, which Charitybuzz will coordinate between the winning bidder and the selected freight carrier. All merchandise is insured for the winning amount.
Will Call Pickups - In some cases, tickets will be left at the venue’s “Will Call” window under the winner’s name. Winning bidders may be required to submit the names of attendees up to several weeks ahead of the event. A valid photo ID for each person listed at Will Call is often required. When available, Charitybuzz will attempt to provide an onsite point of contact, but makes no guarantee that this information will be available for any given lot. Will Call tickets are typically available at the Will Call window at least an hour before the event, unless otherwise specified. The Will Call window is usually located near the venue's main entrance.
After winning - Detailed redemption information will be emailed to the winning bidder. Redemption contact information will be emailed to the winning bidder within two business days of payment settlement by the winning bidder. The redemption contact will work with the winning bidder to fulfill the lot within the appearance times, time constraints, event dates or locations, and other particulars listed in the lot details.
Does your experience require tickets? - Tickets for experiences are shipped to the winner. Please see “How Shipping Works ” above for shipping details for tickets.
Scheduling your experience - Specifics vary per lot. Most experiences found on Charitybuzz are scheduled through our new Redemption Center, allowing you one-stop access to scheduling and communication tools to redeem your experience. Get started today: Create a Redemption Center account. Scheduling for lots outside of the Redemption Center will occur via the preferred communication method of the redemption contact (email or phone), as indicated by the redemption email sent within 48 hours of payment settlement by the winning bidder.
Getting to the experience - Specifics vary per lot. Details will be included for those lots with travel segments included. Experiences with travel often involve… (i.e. prebooked flight, .) Coordinate with your redemption contact directly. If you are a VIP member with Charitybuzz, contact your rep for more information.
During the experience - Specifics vary per lot. Work with your redemption contact to define the details before departing.
After the experience - Specifics vary per lot. All done with your experience? Let us know how it went.
Processing - The minimum processing fee for experiences is $9.95, unless otherwise excluded. For example, lots that include a buyer’s premium do not have this minimum processing fee of $9.95.