AIM Youth Mental Health is excited to announce our 8th Annual Gala at The Inn at Spanish Bay Grand Ballroom. We invite you to join us on Friday, November 18, 2022 for a memorable evening of food and entertainment as we raise critical funds to support AIM’s important work.
Your support of the 8th Annual Gala assists as we bridge the gap between research and access to care for youth struggling with their mental health by finding, funding and implementing evidence-based treatments, empowering youth to discover their own mental health solutions, and training caring adults to create a safe holding place for children, teens, and young adults.
Hosted by Chris Harrison
Best known as the host of ABC’s The Bachelor, Chris Harrison began his television career by covering local sports in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. While at Oklahoma City University the Dallas, Texas native worked his way up the broadcasting ranks.
In 2001, he became host of ABC’s hit romance/reality series The Bachelor and The Bachelorette. He also has hosted ABC’s popular reality show, Bachelor Pad from 2010 to 2012, and its buzz-worthy successor, Bachelor in Paradise, from 2014 to 2016.
In his spare time Harrison still plays soccer and loves to play golf. He spends as much time as possible outdoors with 15-year-old son, Joshua, and 13-year-old daughter, Taylor.
ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE EVENT
Kaley Ann Voorhees
Voorhees is most known for being the youngest person to play Christine in The Phantom of the Opera, where she made her Broadway debut. She went on to perform in Prince of Broadway among many other productions. Other credits include Candide (New York City Center), and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Amazon TV).
Eric Anthony Lopez
Lopez covered the leading opera tenor role of Ulbaldo Piangi in the long-running Broadway hit The Phantom of the Opera. He will make his motion picture debut as Syd in the Upcoming Disney live-action Chang Can Dunk, releasing in 2023, after his breakout role on Season 2 of I Can See Your Voice on FOX/Hulu.
Your sponsorship of the 2022 AIM Gala ensures your recognition as a valued advocate for youth mental health.
SPONSORSHIP BENEFITS INCLUDE:
– Brand exposure to 300+ affluent Gala guests who contribute a minimum of $500 per ticket
– Logo representation on Gala marketing materials, including website, social media, program, print ads, email blasts, newsletters, and more
– A meaningful opportunity to connect your brand to the youth mental health movement