Enjoy 6:30 meal options of
- Beef Au Jus with Whipped Horseradish
- Chicken Breast with Champagne Cream Sauce
- Garlic Mashed Potatoes
- Green Beans Almondine
- Mixed Salad Greens with Cranberries, and Sugared Almonds
- Ranch, Balsamic Vinaigrette, and Champagne Dressings
- White, Wheat, and Cheese Rolls with Whipped Butter
- Regular and Decaffeinated Coffee
Music from Amanda Livingston and Steven ‘Crash’ Worley will begin at 7:00, with silent auction item winners announced throughout the remainder of the evening. There will also be a cash bar in the 4th floor Banquet Center provided by Mulligan’s.
Tickets for the event can be purchased:
- Via credit card at www.safehaveninc.com through the secure PayPal link
- By calling 937-272-3446 from 9am to 5pm
- By contacting Executive Director Douglas Metcalfe via email at email@example.com
- At the door the day of the event via cash or credit card
Advance tickets are available for twenty-five dollars ($25), and tickets purchased at the door will be twenty-eight dollars ($28). Full-table discounts are available for one hundred-sixty dollars ($160) for eight tickets, a savings of forty dollars ($40). All proceeds benefit the SafeHaven mission to provide educational, social, and vocational support for the mentally ill.
SafeHaven will share updates on Facebook of all of the fantastic incoming silent auction items. Winning bids will be able to be paid through cash or credit card the night of the event.
Established in 1996, SafeHaven is a non-profit agency with locations in Greenville, Piqua, and Sidney serving adults in need of mental health support across Darke, Miami, & Shelby Counties. SafeHaven provides all services free to the Tri-County community, including daily transportation to and from our locations, providing access to our daily schedule of support groups, classes, activities, field trips, holiday parties, payee services, a daily meal, and much more. In addition, the agency offers a HOPE-Line telephone service - 937.451.3232 or toll-free 855.276.HOPE (855.276.4673) - for individuals who are isolated and alone or who need to discuss coping skills, problem-solving, or where to find help.
Last year again, SafeHaven tallied nearly 70,000 miles driven, nearly 10,000 meals served, and over 3,000 groups held, in providing impactful hope to over 100 individuals per day at our locations. Mental illness affects one in four individuals at some point in their lives, often with debilitating symptoms, suffering, broken lives, and sometimes even suicide. On behalf of all those we care for, thank you for helping us provide hope and real impact. We look forward to seeing you March 28, 2015 at the Fort Piqua Plaza Banquet Center to celebrate the differences we’ve made together and to help support this great cause into the future.