ACT Invites You to this Year’s “Disco Ball” Gala and Fine Art Auction the 28th Annual Arts for ACT Fundraiser Staying Alive on October 29, 2016 at The Harborside Event Center Dancing to the 70’s decade will take on a whole new meaning as Arts for ACT organizers invite you to relinquish your everyday attire and save the date for Abuse Counseling and Treatment, Inc. (ACT)’s “The Disco Ball” themed gala and fine art auction on Saturday, October 29.
Celebrating 38 years of providing a 24/7 critical circle of support for over 75,000 victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking in the community, as well as 28 years of this marquee event, the Arts for ACT fundraiser will turn the beat around and take on a whole new soundtrack for partygoers. Organizers will turn the Harborside Event Center in Downtown Fort Myers into a massive discotheque for those dancing queens and boogie devotees to get down.
Playing that funky music for dance lovers to shake, shimmy and maybe even dance the night away isn’t the only thing in store. In addition, event patrons can expect exceptional featured art during the live and silent auctions, as well as gourmet food that will rock with you. With drinks to entice palettes into feeling funky and entertainment summoning all to join in the love train at Arts for ACT, early registration is recommended and highly encouraged.
This year’s Arts for ACT Chair, Stephen Gray-Blancett, welcomes anyone interested in sponsorship opportunities or participating in one of the committees. For tickets, tables, or sponsorships to the energizing event, where arts and philanthropy unite for a vital cause, please visit: http://www.artsforactfineartauction.com/ and select “Sponsorships, Tickets & Ads” option to complete purchase online.
For those interested in more information on how to join as a supporter of this high-profile event, please contact Jennifer Benton, chief executive officer, at (239) 939-2553 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and "Don Your Finest Polyester and Platform Shoes, It’s Time to Get Up and Boogie!”
Jennifer L. Benton, CEO, ACT
Michel Doherty, Arts for ACT Honoree Chair
Stephen Gray-Blancett, Arts for ACT Chair