Wilkinson Center – a nonprofit agency transforming the lives of Dallas families by providing pathways to success with dignity and respect. – announces a new fall fundraiser, Pantry in the Park.
Partygoers at the first annual event will enjoy a night under the stars with cocktails, heavy appetizers, a DJ, a unique silent auction and more, while learning more about the great work Wilkinson Center is doing in the community.
“We are excited to launch a new fundraiser this fall that will support our mission of helping vulnerable Dallas residents improve their quality of life and provide for support their families,” remarked Anne Reeder, executive director, Wilkinson Center. “We hope the community will join us on November 10 for a casual evening at the beautiful Dallas Arboretum, as we raise awareness and important funds for our programs, which include food and emergency services, adult education and workforce training and a support group for vulnerable seniors.”
Sponsorships range from $1,500 to $15,000; individual tickets are $100 each or $175 for a VIP ticket, which includes a VIP reception; couples’ ticket is $180 or $325 for VIP ticket, which includes a VIP reception. Tickets and sponsorships are available now. Visit https://www.thewilkinsoncenter.org/pantryinthepark/ for more information.
About Wilkinson Center:
Wilkinson Center is just that – a center. A starting point for pathways that lead to better things. Whether it’s a path that leads to employment, a path to financial stability, or a path that puts food on the table, we are passionate about empowering families to reach self-sufficiency. For over 40 years, Wilkinson Center’s dedicated staff and volunteers have committed to serving the whole family and every generation. From the youth who need school supplies and food, to adults who seek job training and education, to the senior citizens who yearn for social support, Wilkinson Center is there to provide wraparound services and a map for success. Together, we can serve all of our community. All ages. All stages.
For more information, visit wilkinsoncenter.org.