18th Annual Fleur de Lis Ball in Chicago

Proceeds support childcare, after school programs, homeless outreach and senior services.

Saturday, February 25, 2012
6:00 PM to Midnight
Chicago IL

Join Marillac House and St. Vincent de Paul Center as we honor Margaret McDermott and William Blair & Company with Jim McKinney at our 18th Annual Fleur de Lis Ball.
The annual Fleur de Lis Ball is Marillac and St. Vincent’s largest annual fundraiser, raising significant funds for the Centers and attracting more than 750 Chicago-area professionals who share a commitment to the organization’s mission. Enjoy a night full of good friends, dinner, dancing (to the amazing Gentlemen of Leisure), a silent auction, raffle and much more!

Both agencies provide early childhood education and after-school programs that serve over 600 at-risk children. They also provide services for low-income, homebound seniors, the homeless and individuals and families at risk of becoming homeless. Additionally, Marillac Social Center offers youth programs and a comprehensive program for pregnant and parenting teens.

TICKETS $350 per person
Tables of 10 start at $3,500
Sponsorship opportunities are available.

About Marillac Social Center
As stewards of the Vincentian spirit, Marillac Social Center is committed to strengthening and empowering those most in need to reach their greatest potential. We fulfill our mission through quality programs for children, teens, families, and seniors. We commit ourselves as individuals to live out the following core values in our daily work, as we serve the needs of others.

About St. Vincent de Paul Center
As stewards of the Vincentian spirit, St. Vincent de Paul Center is committed to strengthening and empowering those most in need to reach their greatest potential. We fulfill our mission through quality child care and early childhood education, comprehensive services to isolated seniors and outreach to the homeless.

Navy Pier Grand Ballroom
600 E. Grand Ave.
Chicago IL

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