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Patriot Party

Friday November 9, 2012 – Friday November 9, 2012

2927 Maple Avenue

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Patriot Party invitationOur annual event supporting Housing Crisis Center’s Veterans programs.

November 9 from 7 – 10 pm

Luxe Stoneleigh Hotel, Terrace Ballroom
2927 Maple Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75201  MAP

$150 per ticket

Heavy hors d’oeuvres with tasting stations catered by
Bolla at the Luxe Stoneleigh Hotel
Open bar – Silent auction – Valet parking

Entertainment by Floramay Holliday

 

Please fill out this form to donate to the silent auction – 2012 Patriot Party Silent Auction Form

Information on various sponsorship levels – 2012 Patriot Party Sponsorship Form

Download an email version of the HCC Patriot Party email invitation

 

Thank you to our sponsors (as of Sept. 29, 2012). Sponsorships are still available.

RED SPONSORS
Littler
Pendery’s
Colleen and Jason Sweet
Thompson and Knight

 

WHITE SPONSORS
Prudential Financial
Deborah Reardon and Mike Ehlert

 

BLUE SPONSORS
Bryan Cave
Dave Cook
Didlake Law
Godwin Ronquillo
Roblyn and Kurt Mai
Sandy and David Petruska
Ernst and Young

 

Special thanks

Graphic Design donated by Kim Schlossberg Designs
Printing Services donated by Digital3 Printing

 

Host committee

Debi Bird
Dave Cook
Gina and Bob DeBeer
Amy Green
Nicole and Andrew Hunt
Caren Lock
Roblyn & Kurt Mai
Daleen & Bill Maxwell
Jennifer Owens
Cathy and John Stafford
Sunie and Steve Solomon

Special thanks to Colleen Sweet, Amy Green, Ed Berbarie, Kelley Butler, Louzeen Frost, and Susana Gibb-McCarty

 

Thank you for attending HCC’s Second Annual Patriot Party! We are so happy you could join us to support the programs HCC offers to homeless veterans. The Housing Crisis Center has three programs specifically designed to serve chronically homeless and disabled veterans – individuals and families who have been homeless over a year and have a disabling condition like schizophrenia or bipolar disorder. HCC provides housing, case management, therapy, and other support services to meet the needs of the veteran clients. While a homeless person living on the streets can cost a city upwards of $100,000 in taxpayer dollars annually, HCC can house that same person and provide comprehensive services for less than $10,000 each year.

At HCC, your donation goes further. For every dollar donated to HCC, $0.86 is dedicated solely to direct client services.

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