Devereux Pennsylvania’s 19th annual Hope Gala raises more than $180,000 for children and adults with special needs
Devereux President and CEO Carl E. Clark II addresses the crowd.
Nearly 350 guests entered the enchanted “Secret Garden” at Devereux Pennsylvania’s 19th annual Hope Gala to raise critical funds for children and adults with special needs.
Devereux Pennsylvania’s 2018 Hope Gala was presented through the collaboration of the Devereux Hope Gala Committee, the Devereux Pennsylvania Advisory Board and more than 20 corporate sponsors, including presenting sponsor Independence Blue Cross.
Nearly 350 guests entered the enchanted “Secret Garden” at
Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Pennsylvania’s 19th annual Hope
Gala to raise critical funds for children and adults with special needs.
The November 10 black-tie event at Philadelphia’s Moulin at
Sherman Mills raised more than $180,000 to benefit the 3,500 individuals with
emotional, behavioral and cognitive differences Devereux serves in Southeastern
“I want to thank all of our donors, friends and supporters
for helping to make the 19th annual Hope Gala a huge success. It was
definitely a night to remember,” said Devereux President and CEO Carl E. Clark II. “Our goal is to help
the individuals and the families we serve on a daily basis achieve more
fulfilling and rewarding lives, and we’re able to make that goal a reality,
thanks to the support provided by private philanthropy.”
The magic of the “Secret Garden”
year’s “Secret Garden” theme, which was brought to life with thoughtful décor
and specially crafted food and drinks, transported guests to an elegant and
serene garden setting. The theme evoked the uniqueness, beauty and potential of
the individuals we serve every day.
experiences, including courtside tickets to a Philadelphia 76ers game, trips to
Namibia and Italy and other extravagant items were offered via live and silent
auctions. Powerhouse band London Bridge provided a fun and festive atmosphere, and
kept guests on their feet all night long.
Pennsylvania’s 2018 Hope Gala was presented through the collaboration of the
Devereux Hope Gala Committee, the Devereux Pennsylvania Advisory Board and more
than 20 corporate sponsors, including presenting sponsor Independence Blue
to see photos from the event.
Mark your calendars!
us for our 2019 Hope Gala on Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019. To learn more about
Devereux Pennsylvania’s programs and services, click here.
To learn more about Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health, click here.
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