TEB9S TROOPS9 SECOND ANNUAL A CALL TO ARMS FUNDRAISING EVENT
- Saturday, April 21, 2007 at 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT
- Blu, 240 South Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Indiana
Teb9s Troops9 Second Annual A Call to Arms will be a private party at Blu, a modern lounge and industrial style nightclub in Indianapolis. The event will feature an open bar, appetizer buffet, music, and a silent auction. In addition, the officers of Teb9s Troops will present representatives of The Melanoma Research Foundation and CancerCare with donation checks.General admission tickets are now on sale. You will not receive a paper ticket from Teb9s Troops. Instead, we will be creating a guest list that will be at the door on the night of the event.
Donations in support of the event and Teb9s Troops may be made at any time.
Here are some of the wonderful items and services we9ll be auctioning off at the event:
–Colts, Cubs, and Indians tickets;
–sports memorabilia autographed by Colts and Pacers players;
–two round-trip tickets on Northwest Airlines;
–gift certificates for stays at the Hyatt and Embassy Suites;
–gift certificates to spas, salons, and restaurants in the greater Indianapolis and Chicago areas;
–dinner for 2 with two WISH-TV anchors followed by a private tour of the WISH-TV studios;
–a studio session with Farris Photography;
–rounds of golf for 4 at Indianapolis-area country clubs;
–Vera Bradley bags;
–one week of resident camp at YMCA Camp Eberhart;
–baseballs signed by Andre Dawson and Ron Santo;
–and many, many more wonderful items!!
If you have any questions about tickets or sponsorship packages, contact Nadine McSpadden at email@example.com.
When & Where
Teb’s Troops, Inc., is a not-for-profit organization. Our mission is to provide hope, help, and support for individuals affected by melanoma.
Teb's Troops was started when Tricia E. Black, or “Teb,” was diagnosed with stage IV metastatic melanoma in 2005. At the time of her diagnosis, Teb was 29 years old and living in Indianapolis with her husband and 9-month-old son, Sam. Wanting to rally her “troops” during her war with cancer and desiring to make something positive come from the negative, Teb asked her friends to help her design and sell a bracelet, the proceeds of which would go to organizations that support the treatment, prevention, and research of melanoma. Although Teb passed in 2006, her legacy lives on.
Since its inception, the generosity of our loyal supporters has enabled Teb's Troops to raise in excess of $200,000, providing hope to melanoma patients and their families. Teb's Troops has proudly made general donations to both CancerCare and Melanoma Research Foundation and has co-funded three research grants and two separate online support groups--one for melanoma patients and one for their caregivers.