ARISE Foundation Dinner Event

ARISE Foundation Celebrating Inclusion & Achieving Independence

Your support of the ARISE Foundation’s Celebrating Inclusion & Achieving Independence Dinner ensures the future of ARISE services for generations to come.

Event Details

Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Oncenter, Syracuse
Honoring: Professor Arlene Kanter, Syracuse University Law School and the Richard S. Shineman Foundation

Keynote Speaker: Alex Truesdell, Executive Director and Founder of Adaptive Design Association

Event Chairs: Cora and Jim True-Frost

Purchase Tickets or Tables

 

Schedule:

6:00 PM – Reception & Cocktail Hour
Come ready to bid on exciting packages!
7:00 PM – Dinner & Program

 Sponsored By:

 

Welch Allyn

 

Media Sponsor: CNY Central

 

Underwriting/Program Ad/Silent Auction Opportunities

Click here to download our Underwriting Opportunities Sheet (PDF)

Click here to download our Program Ad/Silent Auction Opportunities Sheet (PDF)

To learn more about underwriting opportunities, contact
Nancy Kern Eaton at 671-2903 or neaton@ariseinc.org.

To learn more about purchasing tickets/ tables or donating silent auction items, contact Cynda Penfield at 671-2909 or cpenfield@ariseinc.org.

To learn more about program advertising opportunities, contact
Katie Roberts at 671-4643 or kroberts@ariseinc.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.