On Friday November 3 from 7 PM – 11 PM, join the Associate Board of Children’s Home + Aid at Greenhouse Loft (2545 W Diversey Ave., Chicago 60647) for the 11th Annual ‘Toast to Hope’ a fun evening of fundraising, networking, and open bar while supporting a group of young professionals dedicated to improving the lives of disadvantaged children and families in Illinois.
You can win a pair of tickets to the Associate Board of Children’s Home + Aid ‘Toast To Hope’ in 3 simple steps:
- Follow SociaLifeChicago and Associate Board of Children’s Home + Aid on Facebook (each is linked).
- Find the photo of the flyer (here) and tag two friends in the comments
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In addition to knowing that you’ll be spending a worthwhile Friday night FUNdraising, that your ticket purchase will go towards a good cause, and you might leave the event with valuable contacts and networking, your Toast To Hope ticket(s) also includes an open bar, heavy appetizers and more. This year’s silent auction includes dozens of fantastic items, including brewery and distillery tours, fitness classes, theatre memberships and more.
All proceeds benefit the Daniel F. and Ada L. Rice Child + Family Center of Children’s Home + Aid, a residential treatment home for children affected by abuse, neglect or mental and emotional challenges. For more information and to get your tickets, click here.
The Associate Board of Children’s Home + Aid is a group of young professionals dedicated to improving the lives of disadvantaged children and families in Illinois. The primary goals of the Associate Board are: To raise funds through a variety of social events to support the Rice Child + Family Center, volunteer at the Rice Child + Family Center, increase awareness among young adults of the programs and services provided by Children’s Home + Aid and to serve as a voice for children through advocacy.
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