Playworks will rock (paper and scissors) on November 2, 2017 with our annual Soirée for Play featuring games, cocktails, a silent auction, special guests, and more!
You’re invited to join the fun at the annual Playworks Maryland Soirée for Play!
Soirèe for Play gives you exclusive access to exciting Playworks’ games which includes Four square, Ro-Sham-Bo, Switch and more! You’ll be sure to work up an appetite with all of the extra-curricular activities! Enjoy the night with great music and jump in a game of fun. The official dress is “playful cocktail attire”. Party the night away in your cocktail dress/tie and sneakers (sneakers are encouraged). There is also access to plenty of street parking and parking garages nearby.
For information on sponsorship opportunities:
For information about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Playworks Maryland’s Development Manager, AnDeneen Baldwin at email@example.com.
Thursday, November 2, 2017
American Visionary Art Museum
800 Key Highway
Baltimore, MD 21230
6: 30 p.m – 9:00 p.m
Playful cocktail attire.
ABOUT Soirée for Play
Soirée for Play, our flagship FUNdraiser, is a perfect representation of Playworks: incomparably fun and seriously impactful. This event is a tremendous opportunity for you to showcase your support for youth development, education and our community while building brand awareness for your organization among a highly desirable audience of national and Maryland influencers. Funds raised at the event will support the expanding efforts of Playworks to bring the power of play to every girl and boy in Maryland and beyond.
For information about available participation opportunities, please contact AnDeneen Baldwin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Playworks is an acclaimed nonprofit that improves learning, increase fitness, and reduces bullying by providing safe, healthy, and inclusive play and physical activity to more than 900,000 girls and boys at more than 1,300 schools nationwide at recess and throughout the entire school day. Locally, our life-changing programs will reach nearly 20,000 children in 40 Maryland schools this year, which supports at least 8,000 kids at the 16 low-income schools we serve directly.