Join us for L'Arche Atlanta's 7th Birthday Benefit & Auction
An Auction Event to Support L'Arche Atlanta
We hope you and your friends will join us for our 7th Birthday Benefit & Auction, our annual fundraising celebration. This exciting event is attended by generous Decatur and Atlanta-area individuals who support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. With the support of this community, last year’s fundraising event raised $76,000 to support our mission -- this year our goal is to raise $88,000! So mark your calendars; it won't be the same without you!
When Sunday, September 8, 2019, 4:00 - 7:00 PM
Where Saint Elias Antiochian Orthodox Church 2045 Ponce de Leon Avenue Northeast Atlanta, GA 30307
Heavy hors d'oeuvres
Beer & wine
Master of Ceremonies & Esteemed Auctioneer, Dean Crownover
Silent & live auctions
A fun & energetic Fund-A-Need challenge to support L'Arche Atlanta
Ticket cost: $60 Become a Patron: $550 RSVP by August 23
Sponsorships & Auction Donations Individuals, corporations, and community groups are invited to support this fundraising event with the purchase of sponsorship packages ranging from $500 - $10,000. Sponsor package benefits include tickets to the celebration, as well as recognition at the event and in related advertising and promotional materials.
For more information on sponsorship levels and to become a sponsor, click below.
About L'Arche Atlanta L'Arche Atlanta is an Atlanta-based nonprofit that supports adults with intellectual and development disabilities (IDD). In the L'Arche Atlanta community, people with IDD (whom we call Core Members) are not clients, patients, or recipients of services. Instead, they are friends, teachers, and companions, who, through daily acts of care, trust, and friendship, develop into ambassadors of compassion and leaders for social change. L'Arche Atlanta launched its first house in 2012 in the Oakhurst neighborhood of Decatur and is now one of over 150 global communities in the International Federation of L'Arche. L'Arche was founded in 1964 as a response to the mass institutionalization of people with intellectual disabilities and has since spread to over 140 communities in 35 countries. For over 50 years, L’Arche has brought about a revolution in quality of life for people who have developmental disabilities.