The Neuro Challenge Foundation for Parkinson’s will host its Annual Gala, “Cause 4 Hope,” presented by Amicus Foundation, at 5:30 p.m. March 14, 2020 at Michael’s On East Ballroom, 1212 S. East Avenue, Sarasota.
Co-chairing this year’s event are Nola and Larry Hietbrink and Jo and Stan Rutstein. The event will honor Dean Sutherland, M.D. for his lifetime of dedication to the local Parkinson’s community and there will be an announcement of the Doreen Sutherland Memorial Fund.
The evening will include a cocktail reception in the atrium, a chance drawing and a masterfully prepared dinner in the ballroom followed by a live auction. There will be an after-party with dancing and music by DJ Jonathan Cortez. The gala’s proceeds will support the mission of improving the quality of life of people with Parkinson’s and their caregivers.
“We are so grateful for the generous support we receive each year from our community for the Cause 4 Hope. Cause 4 Hope supporters allow Neuro Challenge Foundation to provide education and support programs to the local Parkinson’s community at no charge,” said Robyn Faucy-Washington, Neuro Challenge Foundation’s executive director.
Individual tickets are $250. Various sponsorship opportunities are available. For registration and detailed information contact Mary Jo Heider, Development Director via email at email@example.com or by calling 941-926-6413. Don’t miss out on this wonderful evening.
Neuro Challenge Foundation (NCF) provides over 45 monthly support, therapeutic and education programs for people with Parkinson’s disease, their Care Partners and families throughout Manatee, Sarasota, Charlotte, Pinellas Marion and Highlands counties by partnering with qualified community professionals and service agencies. NCF also offers individualized Care Advising to families and helps direct them to Parkinson’s-specific resources in their local community. NCF educates and supports people with Parkinson’s disease and their families through Distinguished Speakers Series events, the Annual Parkinson’s Symposium, and the signature Parkinson’s EXPO so they may experience an improved quality of life while increasing opportunities for socialization with others facing the challenges of Parkinson’s disease.
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