Each year the Alamo Area Home Care Council hosts a charity gala to both thank our members and our community for their involvement in our community as well as raise funds for our “Amigo.” Each year the council chooses an amigo to benefit from all of our fundraising activities and to be a true partner to benefit our local community.
This year, AAHCC has chosen Project Mend as our Amigo. Project Mend is a local 501 c3 organization, who believes mobility and independence are basic human rights, Project MEND empowers individuals to become active members of their communities through the reuse of medical equipment.
Please join us to celebrate our industry and to be thankful for our community and the resources that we have which allow us to benefit our patients and clients each and every day.
All meals will include a beef and chicken entree.
Do I need CASH?
CASH as always is king, though checks come in a close second! We will be accepting credit cards for raffle tickets, and the venue accepts credit cards at the bar. However, cash or check helps the AAHCC avoid paying credit card processing fees.
What are my parking options getting to the event?
There is a FREE and easy to find Parking Lot at Oak Hills Country Club.
What should I bring to the event?
We ask that our members bring a door prize with a minimum value of $25. These prizes go into our door prize raffle which raises thousands of dollars for our AMIGO every year.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
The quickest way to get in the event will be to have a printed ticket, or have your phone with your ticket. We will be scanning the barcode on tickets as guests arrive. If you do not have your ticket, then you may wait in the will call line and we can check you in by name.
If a table is purchased, ten individual tickets will be emailed to the purchaser, these individual tickets may be distributed to the individuals who will be attending.
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
Yes, the person with the ticket in their hand or phone will have priority over someone who checked in with their name, in the event of more than one person trying to check in for the same ticket.