2017 Equal Opportunity Day Gala

Sat, 12/02/2017 - 5:30pm to 10:30pm

You are cordially invited to Pinellas County Urban League's 2017 Equal Opportunity Day Gala at Banquet Masters on Saturday, December 2, 2017 from 5:30p.m.-10:30p.m. This year is a momentous occasion because PCUL is celebrating it's 40th year of service to the Pinellas County residents and it's surrounding communities. So come on out and party with a purpose to help PCUL continue it's mission of Empowering Communities and Changing Lives.

 

This is a Formal Affair w/ Black Tie Optional. Tickets are VIP- $200, Individual - $175 & Tables are $1500

 

Event highlights are: ***VIP Reception (5:30p-7p), Silent Auction (6:30p-Until designated to close), Dinner & Program (7:30p)  Asterisk indicates ***Invitation Only 

 

Entertainment by: Singer & Essence Festival Award Winner - Ms. Natasha Cash

 

Each ticket includes: Complimentary Wine & Beer, 6 course meal, and First Time Uber Riders can receive a FREE Ride (valued up to $20) by downloading the UBER App from the Google Playstore or Apple Store and use code: uberPCUL15

 

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About EOD Gala

The Equal Opportunity Day Gala is Pinellas County Urban League's annual premier fundraising event. In the Urban League's mission to obtain equality for all, this gala celebrates the achievements of those within the community and abroad that strives to create an equal opportunity environment for everyone. This event continues to draw strong support from community leaders and members, state and federal officials, and a number of Fortune 500 companies.

 

Pinellas County Urban League's Goal:

Our primary goal is for every citizen to obtain economic and social equality and our organization achieves those goals by focusing on four key areas: 1) Education, 2) Workforce Development, 3) Financial Empowerment & 4) Health. By providing quality and targeted programming in those four areas, PCUL help close the achievement gap for individuals and families within the communities throughout the Tampa Bay Area that are disproportionately affected. Each year PCUL directly impacts over 12,000 residents; and as always, we look forward to making a greater impact each year with your help.