Urban Youth Impact’s 16th Annual Impact Gala

Urban Youth Impact is hosting its 16th Annual Impact Gala 6 p.m., Saturday, March 17, 2018 at the Sailfish Club, 1338 N Lake Way, Palm Beach, FL . The Masquerade Event event is held to raise critical funds for programs and services that benefit children living in the inner cities of Palm Beach County, providing after-school and out-of school programming. Visit urbanyouthimpact.com.

 Importance of event – raising funds that will change lives….this is Urban Youth Impact’s biggest fundraiser to help reverse the troubling trends that kids growing up in the inner city face every day of their lives. Urban Youth Impact is making an Impact – opening up opportunities and guiding children to Unmasking the Future. Urban Youth Impact (UYI) is celebrating 21 years of loving, equipping and empowering inner-city youth to fulfill their God-given purpose in order to reverse the troubling trends of school dropouts, juvenile crime, and teen pregnancy.

With so many stories of impact, guest and sponsors will get to hear from one current and two former students as they share their stories of how Urban Youth Impact made an Impact on their journey of Unmasking their Future.

Thanks to the Dream Big Hosts: Energy Capital Partners and TBC Corporation. Love Sponsors: David & Jill Neale and John F. Welch Jr. Foundation.Table Hosts: Bank of American, Peter & Jane Elebash, Christ Fellowship, Gunster, Rob & Jenn Morris, Joe & Rachel Morrison, Steve & Elizabeth Nielsen, Paul Eastman Ministries, Inc., and Richard & Valette Porter. Printing Sponsor: Preferred Printing & Graphics.

With heartfelt appreciation to our dedicated 2018 Event Committee Members: Anushka Blau, Maritza Coscarelli, Carrie Dzama, Jaime L. Freeman, Carmen Garcia, Diane Hanlon, and Kristen Miller.

About Urban Youth Impact:

URBAN YOUTH IMPACT is on a mission to love, equip and empower inner- city youth to fulfill their God-given purpose. Founded in 1997 by President Bill Hobbs and recognized as a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing educational enrichment, resources, facilities, personal mentorship, and job-readiness training to facilitate the growth and development of Palm Beach County’s underserved youth. Serving youth ages 6-22 with programs that foster educational, entrepreneurial and community-building success through its Leadership Academy, SMART (Science Meets Art), Reframe Work Program, and Summer Camps.

 

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