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2018 Evanston Community Gala
October 13, 2018 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Xavier University Cintas Center$25
Tickets for the 2018 Evanston Gala start at $25! Come out and support your community.
The Evanston Community Council invites you to the 2018 Evanston Gala honoring Evanston residents, Evanston achievements, and raise funds to support operational costs of the Evanston Employment Center. Eric H. Kearney, President and CEO of the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky African American Chamber will be the Master of Ceremony.
Gala tickets are $25. Full table tickets are $250. Each table seats 10 guests. Tickets can be purchased by check, money order or online payment.
Sponsorship for the event is available until September 24. Each sponsor will be printed in the program. A Diamond Level sponsorship is $2000. A Gold Level sponsorship is $1000. A Community Partner Exhibit Table is $100 and includes one ticket to the Gala. Exhibitor tables are only available from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
For check/money order purchases, please make them payable to Evanston Community Council and mail to the below address:
Evanston Community Council
P.O. Box 12128
Cincinnati, OH 45212
Click below to purchase tickets or sponsorship through online payment. Once on the page, select ‘donate’ and enter ticket or sponsorship amount and your card information.
For questions about making a payment, please contact Gregory Stewart, Ph.D. Chair of Marketing Committee at 513-520-5203 or email email@example.com.
The Evanston Gala will honor the following community leaders:
Antonio Sanders, Emerging Youth Leader.
Anzora Adkins, Ten years as Council President.
Gloria Walker, advocate for mental health services.
Irene Bolden, Beautification Committee Chair for over 20 years.
John Lewis, advocate for safety, Citizens on Patrol Program.
Mary Washington Campbell, Council Treasurer, advocate for youth.
Rev. Peterson Mingo, advocate for justice and for youth.
Proceeds from this event will be used to support the year-round services offered at the Evanston Employment Resource Center (EERC). The EERC is making a difference in the lives of Evanston community members who suffer from short and long-term unemployment and struggle with safety net issues such as food, housing and healthcare.
Thank you to our sponsors as of September 7, 2018:
Diamond Level – Xavier University
Community Partner Exhibitor
Cincinnati Hamilton County Community Action Agency, Head Start
Cincinnati Youth Collaborative
City of Cincinnati Health Department
Clearcaptions, (part of American with Disabilities Act)
Evanston Community Council
Laborers’ Local 265
Lighthouse Youth and Family Services (Foster parents and adoption)
UC College of Engineering & Applied Science
About The Evanston Community Council
The Evanston Community Council is a non-profit 501(c) 3. Over 7,000 people reside in the Evanston neighborhood. The community is predominately owner-occupied homes with a growing elderly population. Great things are happening in Evanston.