6th Annual Evening of Will Power Raises $95,000!

We are pleased to announce that the 6th Annual Evening of Will Power held on May 2nd at the National Museum of Dance raised $95,000 in support of pediatric palliative care efforts in our region. We continue to be blessed by the support of so many people that enable this event to continue to be such an overwhelming success. Our total this year surpassed last year’s event and our attendance continues to rise as we were surrounded by roughly 400 of the most generous and supportive guests you could ask for.

The event, like it is every year, was a wonderful evening for all–live music, dancing, casino games, raffle prizes, an abundance of food and desserts and so much more. Thank you to all of our event sponsors for making the evening so memorable. Your generosity will not be forgotten! Because of these event sponsors, we are able to do more and more each year to make the evening so unique. Once again, we would like to thank our title sponsors, distinguished sponsors, special patrons, Will Power Promoters, and all of our guests. None of this happens without your support. Our success depends solely on your willingness to give and give.

We were thrilled to announce the creation of an “Every Day Counts” fund that will be used to support families that don’t fit into one the three traditional ways we provide support. This fund will help ensure that we never have to say no to a family in need. Our special call to action at the gala raised over $18,000 to build this fund!

If you attended the event and stop by the photo booth, please visit Clark+Walker Studio and look for your photo on their special gala web page. Any picture on the page can be downloaded for free. Just use the pin number 1613 to download. In addition, if you would like to order any prints, the studio is offering a 20% discount on any order when you use the code “BraveWillGala20”. Additional pictures from the event are coming soon and will be posted on our site.

To all who attended, sponsored, supported and gave, we simply cannot thank you enough for what you have helped us accomplish.

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