ARISE Foundation Dinner Event
Your support of the ARISE Foundation’s Celebrating Inclusion & Achieving Independence Dinner ensures the future of ARISE services for generations to come.
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Professor Arlene Kanter, Syracuse University College of Law
The Richard S. Shineman Foundation
Alex Truesdell, Executive Director and Founder of Adaptive Design Association
Cora and Jim True-Frost
6:00 PM – Reception & Cocktail Hour
Come ready to bid on exciting packages!
7:00 PM – Dinner & Program
Underwriting/Program Ad/Silent Auction Opportunities
To learn more about underwriting opportunities, contact
Nancy Kern Eaton at 671-2903 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about purchasing tickets/ tables or donating silent auction items, contact Cynda Penfield at 671-2909 or email@example.com.
To learn more about program advertising opportunities, contact
Katie Roberts at 671-4643 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
How Your Support Makes a Difference
- REMOVING BARRIERS (Access, Equality, and Social Justice) – From eliminating physical barriers to changing attitudes, your support creates a more inclusive society that protects, preserves, and promotes civil rights and equal opportunities for people of all abilities.
- STRENGTHENING SKILLS (Fostering Growth and Independence) – From teaching coping mechanisms to helping people gain essential job skills needed for employment, your support helps empower people with disabilities so they can lead a life of inclusion, participation, and independence.
- SUSTAINING NEEDS (Building Safety Nets in the Community) – From helping families move out of crisis situations to transitioning people out of nursing homes, your support provides security, safety, and hope to people with disabilities.
- ENRICHING LIVES (Providing Recreation, Art, and Adventure) – From inclusive summer camps and therapeutic horseback riding to our adaptive ski program and social groups, your support provides people with disabilities access to year-round recreation, art, and adventure.