Nick Lowery Youth Foundation Imagine 100 Faces Celebrity Benefit Concert
Thursday, April 4, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)
Paradise Valley, AZ
Join the Nick Lowery Youth Foundation along with the five-time world heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield, NFL Arizona Cardinals Coach Bruce Arians, Super Bowl Legend Oakland Raiders QB Kenny Stabler, Yank Barry of the Kingsmen, Mortal Kombat Star Cary Tagawa, and many more on Thursday April 4th from 6pm to 10pm for a night of elegance, prestige and celebration in Paradise Valley at one of the most sought-after mansions in the area. Guests will enjoy delicious food, decadent desert, champagne, open bar and a benefit concert by a Jazz legend all while raising money for the NLYF.
Guests will be greeted by a Red Carpet Entrance, Champagne Welcome, Open Bar, Hors d’oeuvres, Decadent Dessert, Live Entertainment and Silent Auction. All proceeds benefit the Nick Lowery Youth Foundation's Stop Bullying programs creating cultures of Leadership, Respect and Diversity in Schools.
Guests will also enjoy a private concert by two-time Grammy award winning saxophone player Marion Meadows, Native American Artist of the Year Gabriel Ayala who is fresh from his performance at President Obama's Inauguration, and Yank Barry of the Kingsmen will sing "Louie Louie," his #2 all-time Rock and Roll song.
Sponsorship opportunities are also available and go directly towards the Nick Lowery Youth Foundation programs. The NLYF is a 501(c)3 organization. Donations are tax deductible. For more information visit www.nickloweryfoundation.org email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Nick Lowery Youth Foundation
Since 1996, the Nick Lowery Youth Foundation, Inc. (NLYF) has dedicated itself to helping disadvantaged youth, especially Native Americans, by developing, promoting and sponsoring programs and relationships that foster self-esteem, leadership qualities and skills, and encourage youth to be positive assets to their communities.
NLYF was founded by former NFL place kicker, Nick Lowery. Lowery was the most accurate kicker in NFL History. He worked for three US Presidents in the White House during his NFL Career, and was the first pro athlete with a Masters and Fellowship from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.
He is the winner of the most prestigious humanitarian award an NFL player can receive, The Byron Whizzer White Award. A lot of speakers can talk a good game – Nick lived it for 18+ Hall of Fame caliber years in the NFL.
NLYF works with diverse coalitions of families, tribes, communities, schools, businesses, organizations and foundations on a local, regional and national basis to work with youth of all kinds of learning styles and backgrounds. NLYF strongly believes that everyone has leadership potential regardless of personality style.
NLYF Programs include:
Leadership Institutes (two to three 3-5 day programs annually)
Advisor training and materials
On-going mentoring and technical assistance.
Onsite workshops & presentations with organizations, schools, businesses and tribes.
B.A. & J.D. University of Oklahoma
The Nick Lowery Youth Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization incorporated in Arizona.