Shine A Light

04.13.2017 • 5:30PM • EMBASSY SUITES DOWNTOWN
A Celebration of Sunbeam Family Services

Join us as we Shine a Light on EARLY EDUCATION for infants, toddlers and preschoolers.

SHINE an event to celebrate Sunbeam Family Services, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and a United Way Partner Agency serving central Oklahomas children, seniors and families for the past 107 years. 


 

AN EVENING OF CELEBRATION

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Together we will celebrate the accomplishments of the past and the vision for the future of Sunbeam Family Services while shinning a light on our Early Childhood Services program. Savor a delightful menu that is sure to warm your soul. We are excited for you to join us in sharing great food, conversation and fun. See you at the party.  


BECOME A SPONSOR & CHANGE A LIFE

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PURCHASE TICKETS

Radiant Patron
10,000.00
  • priority seating
  • invitation listing
  • program listing
  • presentation listing
  • website listing
  • recognition on social media
  • two tables of six
  • invitation to attend cocktail reception
  • VIP Drink Card for each guest
Brilliant Patron
7,000.00
  • priority seating
  • invitation listing
  • program listing
  • presentation listing
  • website listing
  • recognition on social media
  • one table of six
  • invitation to attend cocktail reception
  • VIP Drink Card for each guest
Shimmer Table
3,500.00
  • priority seating
  • invitation listing
  • program listing
  • presentation listing
  • website listing
  • recognition on social media
  • one table of six
  • invitation to attend cocktail reception
  • VIP Drink Card for every guest
Beam Table
1,750.00
  • program listing
  • presentation listing
  • one table of six
  • invitation to attend cocktail reception
Individual Ticket
150.00
  • one individual ticket to Shine A Light

WHEN & WHERE

April 13, 2017 l 5: 30 PM

Embassy Suites, 741 Phillips Ave, Oklahoma City

 

A GLIMPSE OF 2016 SHINE A LIGHT CELEBRATION


There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.
— Edith Wharton