United Way of Broward County is excited to announce the return of its Mayors’ Gala on October 26 at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center. The evening will begin at 6:00 p.m. with cocktails and a silent auction. Ballroom doors open at 7:00 p.m. for the program which includes dinner and dancing.
Last held in 2010, this year’s event will take on a new format, recognizing the mayors of Broward County’s 31 cities and the county. JM Family Enterprises and Southeast Toyota Distributors will serve as the presenting sponsors. Co-chairing the event is Michael Yormark, president of the Florida Panthers, Juliet Roulhac, senior attorney at Florida Power and Light, Co., and Ramola Motwani, chairwoman of Merrimac Ventures. All proceeds from the event will go directly to United Way of Broward County’s community initiatives and services for those in need.
“We are very excited for the return of the Mayors’ Gala and for the opportunity to honor our local leaders,” said Kathleen Cannon, president & CEO of United Way of Broward County. “What makes the event even more special is bringing together government leaders, community advocates and business leaders to raise funds to build a better Broward.”
Ticket prices start at $250 for an individual ticket or $2,500 for a table. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.UnitedWayBroward.org/mayorsgala. For sponsorship information, contact David Esposito at 954-462-4850 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About United Way of Broward County
United Way of Broward County is a volunteer driven, community-based, non-profit organization servicing Broward County for 75 years. United Way of Broward County’s mission is to focus and unite the entire community to create significant lasting change in the impact areas of education, income and health, the building blocks for a better life, which positively impacts people’s lives. United Way of Broward County is the catalyst for change and convener of partnerships that unite the hearts, minds, and resources within the Broward community.