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NativeVision and Tewaaraton Foundation Benefit Event
Wednesday, November 16, 2016
The University Club of Washington, DC
1135 16th St., NW, Washington, DC
Cocktails and light fare; silent auction; remarks by special guests
Join us and help to send up to 1,000 American Indian children to the 2017 NativeVision sports and life skills camp, and to support educational opportunities for American Indian youth through the Tewaaraton Foundation.
Tickets: $100 per person
$70 is tax deductible
Questions about this event, please contact Marlena Hammen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-287-5167
For Information on Sponsorships, please contact Lindsey Ford at email@example.com or Sarah Aschenbach at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202.255.1485
Sponsor benefits, varying by level: Inclusion in press release and evening program, Signage at the event, Recognition by event speakers, Recognition on the NativeVision and Tewaaraton websites, Tickets to the event
Host Committee: Sarah Biron, David Bray (Seneca), Bob Carpenter, Congressman Tom Cole (Chickasaw Nation), Taylor Cummings, Clark Gaines, Kathleen Grealish, Josie Harper, Senator Heidi Heitkamp, Corey Hinton (Passamaquoddy Tribe), Alfred Jacques (Onondaga), Sid Jamieson (Cayuga), Ansley Jemison (Seneca), Howard Krongard, Michael and Ellen Kullman, Andrew Lee (Seneca), Mary Page Michel, Richie Moran, Mike Morrill, Leo Nolan (Mohawk), Colleen O'Neil, Cathy Reese, Steele Stanwick, John Tillman, Janine Tucker, Steve Willard
ALSO CHECK OUT OUR CROWDRISE CAMPAIGN!!!
Create your own team or donate to one of the existing teams! We are looking for 250 teams to raise at least $200. Amazing prizes for teams and individuals that raise the most money.
When & Where
NativeVision and The Tewaaraton Foundation
NativeVision is an innovative program created by Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health that uses sports as a hook to encourage youth to stay in school, lead healthy lifestyles, avoid alcohol and drugs, and achieve their dreams. It is propelled by professional and college athletes who serve as mentors/coaches at the annual intensive NativeVision camps. Since it was launched in 1996, NativeVision has become one of the largest youth development initiatives serving American Indians in the country, reaching over 40,000 Native youth and families. www.NativeVision.org
The Tewaaraton Foundation each year recognizes the most outstanding men’s and women’s college lacrosse player at the Tewaaraton Award Ceremony, presented by Under Armour. Additionally, in partnership with US Lacrosse, the Tewaaraton Outstanding Native American Scholarship Awards provide college scholarships to male and female Native students who play lacrosse, excel in the classroom, and are active members of their communities. www.tewaaraton.com