FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Billy Henry, Founder/Executive Director
Northwest Association for Blind Athletes
311 West Evergreen Blvd, Ste. 200
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Local Phone: 1-360-718-2826
Toll Free: 1-800-880-9837
Northwest Association for Blind Athletes to host Imagine Dinner & Auction on Saturday, February 23rd
Portland, Oregon —— February 19, 2019 — The Northwest Association for Blind Athletes (NWABA) announced today that it will be hosting their 10th annual dinner and auction on Saturday, February 23, 2019 at Red Lion Jantzen Beach Hotel on the River (909 North Hayden Island Drive Portland, OR 97217). Tickets are $125 each or $1,250 for a VIP table of ten guests. There are a limited number of individual seats remaining, please call 360-448-7254 to learn more.
This is Northwest Association for Blind Athletes’ largest event of the year and helps to fuel the organization’s life-changing programs and services for children, youth, adults and military veterans with visual impairments. This year’s event will be especially inspiring as we celebrate NWABA’s growth in improving the quality of life for individuals with visual impairments in our community and the generosity of our supporters who have helped us get there along the way.
Guests will enjoy exciting live and silent auction items, including a trip to Iceland and tickets to Elton John, powerful testimonials from athletes, a delicious meal with fine wine, and VIP after party. All net proceeds will support Northwest Association for Blind Athlete’s mission of helping individuals with visual impairments build confidence, improve self-esteem, enhance physical activity, develop friendships and gain the skills, tools, and resources to reach their greatest potential in all areas of life.
The mission of Northwest Association for Blind Athletes (NWABA) is to provide life-changing opportunities through sports and physical activity to individuals who are blind and visually impaired. A group of visually impaired students formed the Association in 2007 to ensure that people who are blind were participating in sports and physical activity. Today, NWABA is a rapidly expanding charitable organization that provides more than 1,500 children, youth, adults and military veterans with visual impairments tailored programming, which improves self-confidence and self-esteem, promotes independence, creates an inclusive community of supporters, and builds the skills necessary to succeed in all areas of life including school and employment.
For information: https://nwaba.org or