Fall in Love with Families (Un)Gala

Oct 07, 2021  06:00 PM  EST

Recognizing the rapidly evolving public health consequences of the delta variant, we have made the decision to postpone the in-person (Un)Gala celebration. We will be following up directly with anyone who purchased a ticket and/or sponsorship regarding next steps. As soon as we confirm plans for rescheduled celebration, we will reach back out. Thank you all for celebrating and supporting the clients we serve. Should you wish to contribute in the meantime, we will continue to accept tax-deductible donations for the Family Emergency Fund here.

 

HOW YOU CAN SUPPORT

Please consider a donation to the Family Emergency Fund.

Your organization can support the Emergency Fund through sponsorship (details below).

 

COVID-19

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ABOUT THE EMERGENCY FUND

Since 2001, the National Nurse-Led Care Consortium (NNCC) has provided comprehensive evidence-based home visitation services to families in Philadelphia to improve maternal and child health outcomes. Over the last two decades, NNCC has developed complementary and integrated services based on the conclusive evidence that poverty harms health. In 2016, NNCC established the Philadelphia Nursing-Legal Partnership (NLP) to provide free legal services to Philadelphia Nurse-Family Partnership and Mabel Morris Family Home Visit Program (NFP/MM) participants. In May 2020, NNCC created the Family Emergency Fund to provide critical financial support to families in the form of low-barrier, rapid response grants.

The goals of the Family Emergency Fund are to:

  • Ensure safe and healthy housing.
  • Maintain family stability and ensure children's safety.
  • Support education and health care access.

Between May and December 2020, a total of $53,924 in funds were distributed through 94 grants to 67 families participating in NFP/MM. Individual grants ranged from $50 to $2,350. The majority of grant recipients were Black and Hispanic mothers residing in low-income communities in Philadelphia. The average turnaround time for the grants to be administered was 2.4 days.

SPONSOR THE (UN)GALA

Sponsorship Levels
Family Health Heroes $7,500
  • Full-page color ad in the program book
  • One table for ten (10) guests
  • Prominent display of logo on screen at the event
  • The host will recognize the sponsor on stage during the event
  • Opportunity to include marketing materials in event giveaway bags
  • Featured in social media marketing
Gold Sponsor $5,000
  • Half-page color ad in the program book
  • Tickets for six (6) guests
  • Opportunity to include marketing materials in event giveaway bags
  • Prominent display of logo on screen at the event
  • Featured in social media marketing
Silver Sponsor $2,000
  • Color ad in the program book
  • Tickets for four (4) guests
  • Prominent display of logo on screen at the event & opportunity to include marketing materials in event giveaway bags
  • Featured in social media marketing
Bronze Sponsor $1,000
  • Logo will appear in the program book
  • Tickets for two (2) guests

QUESTIONS AND SUPPORT

Email  for questions and technical support.

(UN)GALA SPONSORS

Penn Nursing University of Pennsylvania

Thomas Jefferson University College of Nursing

University of Rochester School of Nursing

Keystone First

Independence Foundation

Dr. Patricia D'Antonio

 

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