Join us on the red carpet at the Cool Springs Embassy Suites hotel for a glamorous evening of dining, dancing and more fun than should be allowed to benefit a good cause. The Legacy Ball will feature new sparkles and excitement – all while raising money to provide services to children who have been sexually and/or physically abused. The Williamson County Child Advocacy Center has pulled out all the stops and promises a party you’ll talk about long after the evening is over. This year we are also offering a “Sweetheart Package” which includes 2 tickets to the Legacy Ball, overnight accommodations at Embassy Suites, champagne and chocolate covered strawberries in your room, and a complimentary breakfast the following morning.
Here is the press release:
Have you ever wished you could be treated like a movie star & could get the “red carpet treatment”? Well, thanks to the Williamson County Child Advocacy Center you can! Mark your calendar for March 13 for the 2010 Legacy Ball: A Night at the Oscars.
The Legacy Ball is the Center’s premiere fundraiser and will take place at the Cool Springs Embassy Suites on Saturday, March 13 beginning at 6pm. In addition to dining and dancing, this year’s black tie optional event will feature several new activities like the Not-So-Silent Auction & Baubles and Bubbles that promise to be a lot of fun and make attendees feel like they’re in Hollywood – red carpet and all. Tickets are $100 per person and tables of 10 are available for $1,000.
And for the first time ever, the WCCAC is offering a “Sweetheart Ticket Package” which includes two Legacy Ball tickets, a suite at the Embassy Suites with champagne and chocolate covered strawberries, and breakfast the next morning all for just $279.
Founded in 2000, the Williamson County Child Advocacy Center provides services, free of charge, to children who have been physically or sexually abused and their non-offending family members. The WCCAC is a child friendly, safe place where a child’s voice is heard and respected. Services include counseling, case management, forensic interviews, support groups, victim advocacy, and more. Last year, the Center provided nearly 1500 services to 599 new clients in the 21st Judicial District, which includes Williamson, Lewis, Perry and Hickman counties.
The Child Advocacy Center relies heavily on the generous contributions from individuals, families, local businesses and other forms of community support. If you are interested in becoming an event sponsor, donating auction items, or purchasing a program ad, please contact Kasi Haire at email@example.com.
Tickets for the Ball and the Sweetheart Package can be purchased through the Center’s website: williamsoncountycac.org. Please join us in supporting these children in crisis who so desperately need our help! Please call Executive Director Brenda Davis at the Child Advocacy Center at 615-790-5900 x 101 or check out williamsoncountycac.org for more information.