Big Brothers Big Sisters: The Metamorphosis Gala
The signature fundraising event will celebrate the transformation experienced by the ‘Littles’ mentored through the organization’s programs2020, Gala Guide
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami will host its signature annual fundraising event, The Metamorphosis Gala, presented by Carnival Corporation & plc and Carnival Foundation. The night’s theme is designed to celebrate the transformation experienced by the ‘Littles’ mentored through the organization’s programs.
Miami’s corporate and philanthropic community will be treated to a night of dancing and gourmet cuisine, while honoring the efforts made to unlock the potential, promise and power of children in Miami. The event will begin with a cocktail hour at 6:30 p.m., followed by a dinner reception at 7:45 p.m. and gala program at 8:30 p.m.
About Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami
Serving our community since 1958, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami is the premier nonprofit mentoring organization in South Florida. By strategically matching at-risk youth (Littles) with committed adult mentors (Bigs) based on Littles’ needs and Bigs’ backgrounds and skills – as well as common interests, aspirations and personalities – we empower Littles to achieve success and do BIG things in life. For more information, visit www.BBBSMiami.org.
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