We are so proud to announce that our first annual JC Runyon Foundation Gala is March 15, 2014 at the Botanic Gardens of Memphis. We’re not ready to release the names of our entertainment yet, but TRUST ME, you’re going to want to be a part of this one! Tickets will go on sale in January, but now is a perfect opportunity to ensure a seat or a table through sponsorships:
Platinum Sponsors ($5000)
You will receive 10 tickets to the gala (a table) as well as logo placement on all advertisement and signage, including the program. This sponsor will also be recognized at the gala and a representative will have the opportunity to speak.
Gold Sponsors ($2500)
You will receive 4 tickets to the gala as well as logo placement on all advertisement and signage, including the program.
Silver Sponsor ($1000)
You will receive 2 tickets to the gala as well as logo placement on all advertisement and signage, including the program.
Bronze Sponsor ($500)
This includes your name on all signage, including the program.
Friendship Sponsor ($250)
This includes your name listed in the program.
This is our only fundraiser of the year and the money we make here will fund more scholarships to students who are ready to move forward from their psychiatric disorder or substance abuse. You will have the opportunity to hear from some of our scholarship recipients as well as experts in the field. This will be a top-notch event with live music as well as an international DJ who will be kicking off his world tour with us – that means dancing! There will be a silent auction with some unbelievable gifts including 4 floor seats to the Grizzly/Timberwolves game including parking ($1300 value) and a week in a 3 bedroom condo located in City Center on the Vegas Strip ($5000 value), handmade jewelry, signed art, and much, much more! We want you to be a part of it! For more information, contact me at email@example.com.If you’re ready to do the work, we’re ready to help
Scholar Spotlight – Rian
Rian had visual hallucinations all his life. Starting at the age of 5, although they were very disturbing, he thought everyone saw them. He never told anyone because he didn’t know it was abnormal. That was until middle school, when his hallucinations began to manifest into debilitating experiences, leading to worrisome self-harming and suicidal behaviors. […]