Annual Stories Without Borders Fundraiser

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Annual Stories Without Borders Fundraiser

50.00

Upon purchase you will receive a receipt for your tax deductible contribution to our work.  

If you're buying more than one ticket, ender code SWB at checkout to receive $20 off! 

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September 28, 2017 // Program 5:30 - 8:30pm at the 715 Club

Stories Without Borders is hosting another awesome fundraiser! We are inviting members of our community to join us for an evening of inspiration - from live storytellers and the films they have produced and inspired in the past year addressing mental health stigma, immigrant and refugee experiences and the lives of first responders in our community. Space is limited, so reserve your spot now! 

The Scoop

The event is being held at our neighborhood favorite - the 715 Club in Five Points, a place with a lot of local history and culture. Tickets are $50, and include food and drinks during the program.

Silent Auction

From 5:30 - 6:15 p.m. you'll have a chance to bid on a plethora of amazing items from local businesses. We will announce some of the items on our social media channels as we get closer to the event!

The Goal

Your support will enable us to continue our mission to tell underreported stories and empower new storytellers, enhance current programs and productions, and continue to grow. We'll be finishing the Beyond the Wall II documentary and screening it nationally, training participants who have experienced and received treatment for mental health issues to tell their story through video and share it to empower others, and also continue working on all areas of the first responders documentary, expanding it to be a feature length film. Thank you for your support!

Sponsorships

We are looking for additional sponsors! If you would like to support the work of Stories Without Borders, please contact Jessica Chance - jessica@storieswithoutborders.org. 

Sponsored by:

The 715 Club