KIM & DAVID MCDAVID, JR.
JOLIE HUMPHREY – JOSEY KENNINGTON
VENISE N. STUART
2018 AWARE AFFAIR HONOREES
HONORING THE MEMORY OF
FRANCES B. CHANTILIS
FROM HER FAMILY:
CHERYL & SAM CHANTILIS, M.D.
STEPHANIE & BENNIE BRAY
Join AWARE Affair 2018 | Celebrate the Moments
Friday, April 13, 2018
The iconic Downtown Dallas experience
1914 Commerce Street
The original Dallas Statler Hilton, an iconic building of mid-twentieth century design, was heralded as the first and finest hotel of the modern era. Its ground-breaking design and electronic innovations established Dallas as the business and entertainment center of the Southwest. The newly renovated hotel is back as a downtown Dallas cultural landmark.
AWARE Affair 2018 will feature a cocktail reception, live and silent auctions, a three-course dinner based on the exciting menus of the Statler dining venues from their Director of Culinary Events, Justo Blanco, and dancing to round out the evening.
Join Co-chairs, Jolie Humphrey and Josey Kennington, and Honorary Chairs, Kim and David McDavid, for A Modern American evening of modern fundraising in support of the AWARE Dallas continuing outreach to those nonprofit organizations that serve all those dealing with Alzheimer’s and those who are working to cure this disease.
For underwriting opportunities, click here to download the 2018 Underwriting Contract. Interested in making a donation to the Silent Auction? Click here to download the Auction In-Kind Donation Form. Contact Sharon Walker about underwriting and sponsorship questions and ticket sales. 214.369.2459
1914 Commerce St
Dallas, TX 75201
Rate: $249 per night. King Deluxe $10.00 additional charge per person, per night for triple and quad occupancy
Deadline: Friday, March 30, 2018
2017-2018 AWARE Grant Recipients
Baylor Health Care System Foundation
Support for the salary of a Ph.D. Neuropsychology Intern for Baylor AT&T Memory Center.
Center for BrainHealth – Discovery Group
Support for the Discovery Group, a program designed to help individuals and families affected by Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias focus on preserving abilities and tapping strengths to promote meaningful engagement and slow the progression of the disease
Dallas Museum of Art – Memory Moments
Support for teaching honorariums, supplies, and staffing for Memory Moments, a program designed to provide participants with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias ways to engage in art that are revitalizing and gratifying.
Jewish Family Service
Support for the salary of a Clinical Social Worker to provide independent living services to adults with Alzheimer’s and related dementias and their families/caregivers.
Juliette Fowler Communities
Support for group and individual therapy sessions with a Certified Music Therapist for memory care residents, and to help purchase additional instruments and therapeutic tools.
NorthPark Presbyterian Church – Casa de Vida
Support the Casa de Vida program, which gives relief to families/caregivers by providing one-on-one care to individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias at the church for programs involving art, music, games, and lunch one day per week from 9:30 until 1:30.
Texas Winds Musical Outreach
Support for two concerts by professional musicians in 87 nursing homes and adult daycare facilities that serve individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.
Presbyterian Communities & Services Foundation – Broad Strokes
Support for the Broad Strokes program at Grace Presbyterian Village that provides music and art therapy to residents with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.
The Senior Source – Senior Companions
Support for the Senior Companion Program matching volunteers with individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias and their families needing assistance with meals, light housekeeping, and companionship.
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Support to advance Dr. Roger Rosenberg’s research and clinical trials on a DNA Vaccine to clear amyloid plaques in the brain to prevent or slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
Thank you so much for helping AWARE fund the fight!