GOODWILL OF NORTH GEORGIA’S 90th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION GALA
Presented by Amerigroup
Goodwill of North Georgia celebrates 90 years of putting people to work with its first ever gala. The cocktail style event will be held at the Delta Flight Museum (Atlanta), and the birthday themed design captures the Goodwill spirit with festive, branded colors and floral décor designed by William Fogler and WM Events. The emcee for the evening will be Atlanta’s award winning journalist, Monica Pearson
. Drinks, dining and a live musical performance by Kristian Bush of Sugarland
are sure to make this night to remember. All proceeds from the event benefit Goodwill of North Georgia.
Event Chair: Dan King, formerly of King and Spalding
From humble beginnings on Edgewood Avenue in 1925, Goodwill of North Georgia has grown to process millions of donations and serve thousands of job seekers annually. Throughout the year, the organization is celebrating this milestone with in-store events across the region, culminating in the 90th
Birthday Celebration Gala. “Amerigroup truly appreciates the amazing work Goodwill has done over the past 90 years to improve lives and strengthen communities”, said Fran Gary, plan president, Amerigroup Georgia. “We share their mission and thank them for their service. On their monumental birthday, we wish them many more years of success in building better futures and putting people to work throughout the state of Georgia.” The commemorative website, www.90.goodwillng.org
, documents the history of the organization and provides a forum for Goodwill donors, shoppers, jobs seekers, local employers, program participants and alumnus to share their experiences with the organization.
Thursday, June 16, 2016
6 to 10 p.m.
$125 per ticket
$1,000 table for 8 guests
Sponsorships are available.
Tickets and table reservations are available at goodwillbirthday.eventbrite.com
Delta Flight Museum
1060 Delta Boulevard
Atlanta, GA 30354
Founded in 1925, Goodwill of North Georgia has been an integral part of the community for 90 years. Through the simple mission of putting people to work, this organization helps change people’s lives for the better. With 56 retail stores, nearly 60 donation locations and 11 local career centers throughout the region, Goodwill of North Georgia provides job training and placement services to people looking for work, serving more than 45,500 people this past fiscal year.