Join us for Red, White and NEW
A Benefit Auction Event to Support New American Pathways
Saturday, August 26, 2017
We invite you to participate in Red, White and NEW, the fifth-annual fundraising celebration hosted by New American Pathways. This exciting gala will be attended by generous Atlanta-area individuals and corporations who support diversity in our community as well as the opportunity for refugees to rebuild their lives in Georgia.
Saturday, August 26, 2017 at 6:30 p.m.
The Ballroom at the Carlos Center (The Hellenic Center)
2500 Clairmont Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30329
Individual tickets are available in advance for $150 and for $175 after August 11.
Individuals, corporations and community groups are invited to support this fundraising event with the purchase of sponsorship packages ranging from $1,000 – $15,000. Sponsor package benefits include tickets to the celebration, as well as recognition at the event and in related advertising and promotional materials.
*Please note that the dress code is business or festive attire
For more information on sponsorships, see the "Tickets and Sponsorships" tab or contact New American Pathways Board Member John Bottini at firstname.lastname@example.org. Interested in donating to the auction? Contact Wendy Gutierrez Cheeks at email@example.com.
About New American Pathways
New American Pathways is an Atlanta-based nonprofit that helps refugees from the moment they arrive in Georgia through their journey to U.S. citizenship. With a comprehensive set of customized services, steady guidance, and strong advocacy, we enable refugees and other immigrants to realize their full potential and dreams as they build new lives in Georgia.
Beginning with resettlement services and by keeping a strong focus on jobs, education, cultural integration, individual and female empowerment and building strong families, our specially designed programs provide proven pathways to self-sufficiency and success. By matching peoples’ unique individual assets with the opportunities available in the community, we help ensure that these new Americans develop and contribute their special skills and talents to strengthening the American workforce and helping Georgia thrive.
To learn more about New American Pathways, visit www.newamericanpathways.org.
All political officials and staff members in attendance have been invited as representatives of their current offices and not as a past, present or future political candidate.
Elizabeth and Sheffield Hale
Ellen and Tommy Marshall
Andrea Klug Serra
Bharde, Fareeduddin and Rahman Families
Tom and Olga Rawls
Kevin and Cindy Abel
Anna Apostolou and Bert Pearce
Michael and Mary Baron
Bryans Family Foundation
Judy Clements and Cathy Bradshaw
Heather Fenton and Richard Ossoff
Terry and Steve Franzen
Jack and Mary Lou Gilbert
Sam and Isabelle Moss
Oak Grove United Methodist Church
Leola Reis and George Pullman
David Ross and Kelli Carroll
The Valentine Family
Doug and Barbara Wiley