Midtown Madness Sponsorship opportunities

Become a Program Sponsor

Midtown Madness program sponsorships are available to companies, organizations and individuals that wish to support the Foundation and the student - athletes involved in our initiatives.

The program is full color and will highlight the award recipients as well as the Foundation's activities over the past year. The pages are 5.5" x 8.5", Camera ready artwork or your message must be received by March 15.

The program will be given to each person in attendance and a digital version will be highlighted on our website. Those who purchase a table for the event ($1,000) also receive sponsorship recognition.

The cost is:

  • Inside cover or back cover $1,000
  • Full page $500 (corporate) $250 (personal and non-profit)
  • Half page $250 (corporate) $150 (personal and non-profit)

Whether you are able to attend or not, this is a great vehicle for your or your organization to honor our worthy award recipients with your personal message of congratulations.

Please email the Foundation for payment and all other information by clicking reply to this newsletter or tomkfoundation.org@gmail.com

2024 Thomas C Konchalski FoundationAward Recipients


Bobby Cremins

Values of the Game Award

A NYC native, Bobby graduated from All Hallows HS. At the University of South Carolina, he was the starting point guard for Coach Frank McGuire. As team captain in 1969 - 70 he led the Gamecocks to a record of 25- 3 season, winning the ACC title. During his stellar coaching career, Bobby was a close friend of Tom. In his 19 years as head coach of Georgia Tech, Bobby was 3-times ACC Coach of the Year.


Will Klein

Lifetime Achievement Award

The names of Will Klein, Howard Garfinkel and Tom Konchalski will be forever associated with Five-Star, the basketball camp that changed the game. As co-founder with Garf, Will handled the business side of the operation. With over 400 sessions, 250,000 players and 500 coaches and players going on to the NBA, Will said, "Five-Star was a better place than anywhere on earth. It was the real melting pot. And that was its greatest legacy."


Keith Urgo

Spirit of the Game Award

In his first season as head coach of Fordham Men's Basketball, Keith led the Rams to their finest season in more than three decades on his way to Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year honors. A Washington DC native, Keith received his Jesuit education at Gonzaga College High School and Fairfield University. Prior to Fordham, he coached at Villanova and Penn State where he was the assistant head coach for 10 years.

Saturday, March 23, 2024

11:30 am to 2 pm

Bryant Park Grill - Manhattan

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