DETAILS: The Danny Did Foundation’s 7th annual fundraising benefit, An Evening of Hearts & Hugs, will be held on October 29, 2016. Hosted by Chicago comedian Pat McGann, the event is a fun night out and an opportunity to thank our supporters, celebrate progress against epilepsy, and raise funds to help more families in Danny Stanton’s name.
We are excited to host this event at a new venue in Chicago's Old Town neighborhood, Germania Place. Attendees will include families impacted by epilepsy, medical professionals, public officials, and advocates.
REGISTRATION: Registration of $150 per person is online here via the "Buy Tickets" button.
When: Saturday October 29, 2016, 6:30 - 11 pm
Where: Germania Place, 108 W. Germania Place, Chicago, IL
Format: Cocktails and small plates from star chef Katie O'Reilly (TV host of Katie O's Food Carnival); a silent auction and group giving special appeal; awards and entertainment; live jazz. The dress is cocktail attire.
Click here for a one-page PDF flyer to share with friends.
ONLINE AUCTION: Stay tuned for a link to start start browsing and bidding on our auction items via your computer or smartphone. The auction will close at 10 pm CST on October 29th.
LIVE AUCTION: Exciting details to come!
HONOREES: We will be proud to recognize Dr. Orrin Devinsky of New York University's Langone Comprehensive Epilepsy Center as our Medical Advocate of the Year.
The Young Irish Fellowship Club of Chicago will be honored as our Community Partner of the Year.
BlueCross and BlueShield of Illinois will be awarded as our Corporate Partner of the Year.
DONATIONS: If you cannot attend this event but would like to make a donation, please click here and enter "Hearts & Hugs 2016" in the dedication field.
SPONSOR PARTNERS: Our partners will gain exposure before more than 450 guests on site and thousands more via social media. To learn more about our range of sponsorship tiers, click here or email email@example.com.
PARKING: Garage parking is available for Germania Place in the James House garage for the cost of $22. Note: this garage accepts cash only payment. Pull into the garage and the attendant will park your car. This garage is on the south side of Germania Place, which is a half-block cul-de-sac, and across the street from the entrance to the gala venue. There is also limited meter parking available on Clark Street.