Gala Guide (February/March 2020)
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TEACH FOR AMERICA GALA
Carol and John Boochever and Olga and Scott Jaeckel are chairing the Leadership Changing Lives gala to support Teach For America leaders, whose efforts pave the way for educational equity for all children. Ritz-Carlton. Email Cierra Hinton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CHILDREN’S NATIONAL’S A VINTAGE AFFAIR
The Board of Visitors of Children’s National Health System will host this opportunity for wine lovers to taste fine wines and enjoy elegant cuisine while bidding on fine wines and experiences. Proceeds support the board’s annual grants and major gifts programs. Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium. Contact Kathie Williams at email@example.com or 202-660-1428.
N STREET VILLAGE GALA
The chairs of the gala are Hillary and Tom Baltimore and Erika and A. Scott Bolden. N Street Village is a nonprofit that empowers homeless and low-income women to claim their highest quality of life through shelter and a variety of programming. Marriott Marquis. Contact Stuart Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-939-2085.
VITAL VOICES GLOBAL LEADERSHIP AWARDS
The awards program honors women leaders standing on the frontlines of change, building and amplifying local solutions to global issues. Kennedy Center. Email email@example.com.
LATINO STUDENT FUND GALA
The evening begins with cocktails, Latin music and a silent auction, followed by dinner and a live auction. LSF provides opportunities for underserved students of Hispanic descent in pre-K to 12th grade to get a strong academic foundation. Washington National Cathedral. Visit latinostudentfund.org.
DAFFODILS & DIAMONDS LUNCHEON
The 39th Daffodils & Diamonds event — a fashion show provided by Lord + Taylor and a luncheon emceed by WJLA-TV Anchor Alison Starling — supports the National Foundation for Cancer Research, focusing specifically on breast and ovarian cancers. Columbia Country Club. Visit nfcr.org.
The evening begins with cocktails and includes a performance and a seated dinner. Proceeds support Levine Music’s outreach program and scholarship fund, which last year provided more than $500,000 worth of music instruction to more than 650 children. Arena Stage. Visit levinemusic.org.
SIBLEY CELEBRATION OF HOPE AND PROGRESS
Sibley Memorial Hospital relies on the support of the community to maintain a standard of excellence in public health services, including cancer research, maternal services and joint replacement care. Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium. Contact Kristen Pruski at kpruski@jhmi.
edu or 202-660-6814.
CYSTIC FIBROSIS BREWER’S BALL
The event will benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, which funds research and drug development, promotes individualized treatments and ensures access to high-quality specialized care. National Building Museum. Contact Chelsea Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-657-8444.