On May 20, HIV Alliance will once again be hosting “Big Night”—our annual auction and benefit event. The theme for this year’s Big Night is “Big Disco Night.” We hope you can join us for a groovy evening of fun and feasting all while helping to provide critical support for our HIV education and prevention programs. Special getaways and unique auction packages also await your perusal!
When: May 20, 2017
Time: 4:30 – 7:00 pm
Where: Domaine Meriwether/Valhalla Winery
Entertainment provided by Evynne Hollens and The Zack Wolfe Band
**Just Announce** This evening will be MC’d by the marvelous Diva-Simone Slaughter!
Ticket Price: Single tickets are $75 each or you can purchase a pair of tickets for $125 (limited time pricing so register today!). You also have the option of purchasing a combination of tickets at these pricing. For example, to purchase tickets for three people and still get the pair discount, click the “Single Ticket” option to purchase 1 single ticket and then click on the “Pair of Tickets” option to purchase 1 pair of tickets before checking out to pay for all three tickets.
Sneak peek at our list of auctions items, but don’t worry we’ll have lots more for you to bid on, ranging from luxurious to quiet and comfortable!
Mauna Lani Resort Stay including master suite plus accommodations for up to 8 people.
Ducks Football – You and a friend get two tickets to see the UO Ducks vs. Southern Utah at Autzen, including a catered lunch, and a one night stay at the Days Inn Eugene.
For more information contact Karen Murphy at 541-342-5088 x121 | kmurphy[at]hivalliance[dot]org
If you are not able to attend, we understand! But please consider supporting our programs through a donation instead, you can donate through the donate button above and can also find us Venmo, search @HIVAlliance, or email@example.com.
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