Benefits Chapman PartnershipCharity & Social Events
Chapman Partnership’s IlluminationsGala is an evening of dining, dancing and entertainment in support of the men, women and children that reside at the homeless assistance centers.
A 54 member Gala Committee is led by event Co-Chairs, Trish & Dan Bell and Lani & Gene Drody.
The evening’s theme represents the shining light in the lives of the 5,000 men, women and families with children that Chapman Partnership serves annually. As a culmination of the work done throughout the year for the homeless, the event honors the many generous donors and volunteers who support the mission.
Alvah Chapman’s legacy lives on throughthe Alvah H. Chapman, Jr. Humanitarian Award. This award is given to an individual or organization that has been instrumental in leading the way in helping the homeless in our community. This year Chapman Partnership will have the honor of presenting Mrs. Sash A Spencer as the recipient of this award for her commitment and passion to help the homeless regain their dignity.
The black-tie evening gets underway at 7 p.m. with a cocktail reception, followed by dinner and dancing at 8 with special live entertainment. For information, please call 305-329-3004 or email Gala@ChapmanPartnership.org To purchase tickets or tables, please visit www.ChapmanPartnership.org/Gala.
About Chapman Partnership
At Chapman Partnership we empowerhomeless men, women and children to build a positive future by providing the resources and assistance critical to growth and stability. We provide a wide array of programs that go far beyond just emergency shelter to 800 individuals daily. They include comprehensive case management, health and dental care, day care, job development and training, job placement, permanent housing assistance and other help from a variety of social service agencies – all under one roof. Chapman Partnership is the private sector partner of the Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust. Its mission statement is to provide comprehensive services to empower our homeless residents to become self-sufficient. For more information visit www.ChapmanPartnership.org or be our friend on Facebook, see us on YouTube and follow us on Twitter.