Archdiocese of Miami Gala
Benefits The Leadership Learning Center at St. John Bosco and Pierre Toussaint Leadership Learning Center
Saturday, April 9, 2011 at 7 p.m.
JW Marriott Marquis Miami
255 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Downtown Miami
305-762-1051 (Martha Velasquez)
The Archdiocese of Miami and Bunny Bastian, Gala Chair, will host The Archdiocese of Miami Gala, to benefit educational programs run by the Archdiocese of Miami at The Leadership Learning Center at St. John Bosco and Pierre Toussaint Leadership Learning Center. The evening begins with a cocktail reception beginning at 7 p.m., followed by dinner and dancing.
Individual tickets for the Gala are $400, and tables of ten range from $5,000 to $25,000. Gala sponsors are Bunny Bastian, Benefactor; Swanee and Paul DiMare, Patrons; and Contributors: Bacardi USA, Jodi and Bob Dickinson, Frances and Eugene Sevilla-Sacasa, Sonnia and Miguel Viyella, and Wells Fargo / Wells Fargo Advisors.
For further information, contact Martha Velasquez at 305-762-1051 or by email at email@example.com
About The Archdiocese of Miami
Since its inception in 1958, the Archdiocese of Miami has served the people of South Florida by building community through service. From its social service organizations to its resettlement centers and child and adult day care centers, the Archdiocese has been a catalyst for social change and a center of hope for our brothers and sisters in need. Its 125 parishes and missions, 78 schools and countless ministries strive to serve all who seek their help, and advocate daily for the ongoing needs of our community.
The Marian Center School and Services provides educational, residential, clinical, vocational and recreational services to over 150 students and adults with developmental disabilities ranging in age from birth through middle adulthood. The Leadership Learning Center at St. John Bosco Church, a three-year-old after-school program, is a model that the Archdiocese hopes to duplicate in other venues throughout South Florida. It not only stresses academics, but there is a social aspect in everything they do. The goal is to produce leaders who will then return to the community and give back.