Join us for ASK Childhood Cancer Foundation’s Above & Beyond Gala on Saturday, March 18th, at the historic John Marshall Ballrooms.
This year’s gala will be a celebration of our brave children battling cancer with a focus on ASK’s future as we go above and beyond to raise $100,000 to make their life better. The night will feature both live and silent auctions lead by Auctioneer Kevin Pauley, live musical entertainment by The Jangling Reinharts, an open bar, and heavy hors d’oeuvres.
7:00pm - Cocktails & Silent Auction with March Madness Game Viewing
8:30pm - Silent Auction Ends
8:45pm - Program & Live Auction
9:30pm - Live Music by The Jangling Reinharts
Dress is cocktail attire. Street parking is available as well as garage parking at Franklin & 5th ($5). No paper ticket required.
Sponsorship & Auction Donation Opportunities
Sponsors of the Above & Beyond Gala are more than just corporate support - they are champions, they are warriors, and they are family! Sponsors helped to raise over $90,000 at last year's event, all for making life better for children with cancer in our community. For the Above & Beyond Gala to be a success, we also need a variety of great items and experiences to auction off. Our guests particularly enjoy bidding generously on concert and event tickets, sporting opportunities, vacation and staycation packages, home makeovers, jewelry, and unique VIP experiences.
Download the Above & Beyond Gala Sponsorship & Auction Packet to learn how you can join this year's gala -- and know that your support won't go unnoticed! Sponsors are recognized in many ways, including gala tickets, logo recognitions,and other event invitations.
Your Support Matters
With 1-2 childhood cancer diagnoses per week in Central Virginia, the numbers add up quickly for families that need emotional, social, and financial care as they navigate the complex and stressful issues of cancer treatment. Whether it’s providing something as big as financial assistance to pay their rent this month, or something as little as a snack, a toy, or a shoulder to cry on, ASK is there and ready to help – and you can too.