This year’s Gala supporting the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health will be held April 30, 2011. Please check back here or at www.supportlpch.org for more information as it becomes available.
The Unity Ball is the largest annual fundraiser for St. Josaphat Parish. The spectacular evening brings together friends and fellow parishioners to honor the Unity Award recipient for their continued work within our local community. For more information on this year’s award winner, please click here.
The Unity Ball includes a silent auction during cocktail hour, a wonderful thee course dinner followed by an amazing live auction and dancing and fun for all! Unity Ball 2011 will be held on Saturday, March 5 at the Marriott Chicago Downtown Magnificent Mile. This new venue, which just completed a very expansive renovation, is just one of many exciting changes for this year, which marks the 10th Anniversary of the event.
This year we will also be featuring new night-of-event activities such as a “buy it now” table in the silent auction as well as a Golden Ticket raffle, where $100 will give you the chance at taking home one of our fantastic live auction items or $2500 cash! Also new this year is the addition of a Unity Ball Post Party at the hotel from 12-2 am hosted by our own Fr. Mike Gabriel! Click here for more information on our exciting night of event activities and details about the live and silent auctions!
Please join us for what promises to be a very memorable evening!
Visit the event website for more information.
The Auction for 2011 will be held in March (exact dates tbd) and will run for approx. 10 days, through Ebay’s nonprofit site, Giving Works. The Sinfonietta’s last, and first, auction was held in May 2010, through Giving Works, and was successful.
Check back here or at www.sinfoniettanyc.org for more information!
PS 334, The Anderson School is a public school in NYC that serves the unique needs of intellectually gifted children from all five boroughs. It is a spectacular public school success story. Over the last 23 years it has grown and flourished because of the dedication and talent of its teachers and administration, as well as a highly-involved parent body. Anderson opened its doors in 1986 and has grown into a K-8 school, educating over 550 children each year.
Anderson’s success is due in large part to the huge support of our community, both local and beyond. Local politicians and businesses around the country have helped us offer the enrichments so necessary to educate our students, and for that we are sincerely grateful. Please support our school!
This year’s Spring Auction, our largest annual fundraiser, will be held on Saturday, April 9th, 2011. Won’t you support public education by making a tax-deductible donation of goods or services to our auction? 100% of the proceeds from our auction go directly back into the classroom to fund educational services not provided by public school funds (including assistant teachers in every classroom, foreign language, chess, computer and science equipment and more). Your donations will help our students – and your business, too.
Save the Date for Cardinella 2011!
Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 21, 2011 – you won’t want to miss Cardinella this year. We have some exciting changes and a few surprises planned for the event. Stay tuned for updates!
All members of the St. John’s community are invited to join us as a volunteer. Contact Keri Doyle at email@example.com for more information.
What is Cardinella?
Cardinella is the biggest (and only!) St. John’s fundraising event of the year. The event features delicious food, exciting silent and live auctions, wine tasting, dancing, and a few surprises! The evening is an fun way to enjoy a night out with fellow St. John’s parents and raise money for our School.
for more information visit St. John’s Episcopal School