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Liberty and Justice For ALL Gala

Join us on April 28, 2017 at the dLCVF’s annual fundraising gala “Liberty and Justice for ALL” at The Place Innsbrook, Glen Allen, VA. Come enjoy an evening of food, music, and live entertainment from Susan Greenbaum.  We are pleased to announce that Bill Fitzgerald, news anchor for WTVR CBS 6, will be our emcee. Attire for the event is business.

Did you know there are 855,300 people in Virginia of all ages who have at least one disability?

The disAbility Law Center of Virginia (dLCV) helps people with disabilities and their families.  The dLCV also works with communities on issues related to accessibility; housing; education; employment; transportation; medical needs; and monitors institutions serving people with disabilities.

dLCV wants to and can do much more! The dLCV established the disAbility Law Center of Virginia Foundation (dLCVF) to raise funds to help address the needs of more Virginians with disabilities.

We are pleased to announce that Kathy Pryor has been named the recipient of the Darrel Tillar Mason Excellence in Advocacy Award.

This award is presented to an individual or group whose work embodies the spirit of the mission of the disAbility Law Center of Virginia, namely to fight abuse and neglect and to encourage people with disabilities to have choice, independence, and inclusion in all aspects of life. This year, the Foundation chose to honor an advocate who has worked on behalf of elders with disabilities.  Ms. Pryor is a staff attorney specializing in elder law at the statewide nonprofit agency Virginia Poverty Law Center and has a career serving the elder community that spans nearly 30 years.  Read the full press release.

This year we have an exciting opportunity for you to serve as a table host.
What does a table host do?

A Table Host commits to invite a full table of 10 people, or a half table of 5 people to the Gala. This gives you the opportunity to have a fun evening out with friends, family or colleagues while supporting a good cause. You simply register as a Table Host on our Eventbrite page and then email us a list of your guests.

Please be a sponsor!  Your sponsorship, tax deductible, of our gala will allow us to continue special projects and promote and protect the rights of people with disabilities in Virginia. Last year’s sponsors enabled the dLCV Foundation to fund $12,000 towards special projects.

These projects include producing a video to show people with disabilities how to setup an advanced directive for their health care, holding special education clinics to educate parents on how to protect their children’s rights, and conducting a Coming of Age Conference to help young people with disabilities transition into adulthood.  Click here to purchase tickets!

We look forward to seeing you and your friends on April 28th.  Thank you for your support!

Susan Greenbaum

Susan Greenbaum signs her tax return as a singer-songwriter, after having graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University and done her time as a Fortune 500 corporate officer. She has released five CDs; the latest, “This Life,” is on Compass Records. Susan has won several national songwriting awards, including the Smithsonian Songwriters’ Award, the Philadelphia Songwriters Project, and the Mid-Atlantic Songwriting Contest.

Susan has performed on stages with a wide array of musical luminaries, including shows with Jason Mraz and Sara Bareilles, and as Jewel’s opening act on her last major tour. She has been featured twice in Billboard Magazine, and country/Americana music website “Roughstock” calls her “a songwriting talent to be reckoned with,” comparing her writing and singing to Mary Chapin Carpenter and Bonnie Raitt. Susan energizes club and concert hall audiences alike with enthusiastic performances reflecting her irrepressibly friendly personality. The most frequently heard comment at her gigs is, “Great songs—and how does all that big, beautiful sound come out of someone under five feet tall?” Find out at www.susangreenbaum.com.

Hotel Information

Hyatt Place Richmond Innsbrook
4100 Cox Road
Glen Allen, VA 23060
804-747-9644

The discounted room rate for the gala will end on Friday, April 14, 2017.

FOR PHONE-IN RESERVATIONS
Call registration at the Hyatt Place Richmond Innsbrook by dialing 804-747-9644 and then press “3.”   Be sure to mention the disAbility Law Center of Virginia Foundation or mention the group code G-DLCV to receive the special rate.

FOR ONLINE RESERVATIONS
To make a reservation online, click here, enter your arrival and departure dates, and select or choose “check availability” to view your special rate. The “Corporate/Group Code” section under “Special Rates” will auto-populate with the code G-DLCV.

Thank you to our 2017 sponsors!

Thank you to the Virginia Housing Development Authority for supporting our event as a Presenting Sponsor.

 

 

Thank you to Troutman Sanders for supporting our event at the Benefactor Level.