Friday February 22, 2019 • 6 p.m. • The Brass on Baltimore • 150
1228 Baltimore Ave. , Kansas City, MO, 64105 map it
14thAnnual HALO Kansas City ArtReach Auction Feb. 22 Benefiting At-Risk and Homeless Children: Announcing 2019 Award Winners: Advocates, Volunteers, Artist, Supporter, Hero and Stars of the Year
Kansas City nonprofit HALO is hosting its 14thAnnual ArtReach Auction Event at The Brass on Baltimore(1228 Baltimore Ave. Kansas City, MO 64105) on Fri., Feb. 22, 2019, from 6 p.m. – 11 p.m. Honorary Chairs are Chad and Susie Wollard. The Diamond Sponsor is Mariner Wealth Advisors.
As featured on CBS Evening News, the ArtReach Auction showcases artwork from orphans around the world and nationally recognized artists. A sit down dinner is by Olive Events Catering. Beer is by Stockyard Brewery. Entertainment is by KC Metro’s premiere party band Lost Wax. Unique items are available for live and silent auction. Pictures from the 2018 event are available to view on the HALO Facebook page. Individual tickets are $150. Sponsor opportunities are still available. Levels include: Platinum $5,000, Gold $2,500, Table Captain $1,500 and Table Host $500. Sponsorship packet details are here. Proceeds support HALO children in need.
“Every day, HALO provides love to homeless and at-risk children in the form of housing, healing and education, which we believe can heal a child who needs it most,” said HALO Founder and CEO Rebecca Welsh. “We serve as the foundation of a family for children without one and invite the community to join us on Feb. 22 at our most important fundraiser of the year, so we can continue to help one more child spend one less day alone.”
HALO announces its 2019 Award Winners who will be honored at the event: Perennial Places and Mariner Wealth Advisors as Advocates; Cindy Bartko and the Wednesday Night Warriors Brittany English, Derek Yu, Allison Reeve, Elise Brummett and Sam Hoffman as Volunteers; Carly Rae Robinson as Artist; Greg Lam as Supporter; Sally Sallee as Hero; and HALO youth Madison and Frankie as Stars. It takes many to make HALO a success; these individuals and companies are recognized for their exceptional involvement and commitment.
“We are excited to recognize our 2019 HALO Award Winners,” said Welsh. “They have raised thousands of dollars to support more than 1,400 HALO children in six countries, expanded our HALO mission within the Kansas City community, and given countless hours creating art that has changed lives. I am so proud of our HALO Stars; they have become incredible role models to all HALO children.”
Learn more at www.haloworldwide.org.