The Foundation for Blind Children was founded in 1952 by parents of blind children, who wanted services in Phoenix.
Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) March 23, 2015
Headlining the inaugural “Tables That Bloom” event on May 4, 2015, at the Phoenix Country Club benefiting the Phoenix Foundation for Blind Children (http://www.SeeItOurWay.com) will be the dynamic radio personality, Karie Dozer, wife of former Arizona Diamondbacks President, Rich Dozer. Karie’s daughter, a former student of the Foundation and their inspiring story will be part of the events at the luncheon which will include a silent auction and raffle.
The luncheon fundraiser (http://www.TablesThatBloomPhx.com), spearheaded by the Delta Gamma Alumnae chapter of Phoenix, will feature unique tablescapes provided by local design professionals including interior designers, florists and wedding planners.
Corporate Sponsorship opportunities include one Presenting Sponsor, Participating Sponsors and Corporate Sponsorships. All three levels include a table for 10 guests as well as other benefits for the sponsors. The Delta Gamma Foundation is a registered 501c3 organization with tax deductible benefits for our sponsors. More information and Corporate Registration forms can be found at http://www.TablesThatBloomPhx.com/CorporateSponsors.
The Foundation for Blind Children has three Valley locations providing education, tools and services that enable those with vision loss to achieve greater independence and satisfaction in life. It was founded in 1952 by parents of blind children, who wanted services in Phoenix.
The Foundation is the largest non-profit agency of its kind in the United States serving all ages, from birth to currently 102 years old. As the only agency of its kind in Arizona, it is an essential resource for blind, visually impaired, multi-handicapped children, adults and their families (http://www.SeeItOurWay.org).
Silent Auction items may also be donated and sponsored. For more information on Corporate Sponsorship's as well as Auction items, please contact Katie Burke, Corporate Sponsorship's Chair, (808) 268-3300.