Fundraiser

The NATIVE HEALTH Board of Directors is once again pleased to announce the Fourth Annual Laughter is the Best Medicine: A Night Out with NATIVE HEALTH Fundraiser. Saturday, September 16, 2017 at the Orange Tree Golf Club and Resort. Consider becoming a sponsor or contribute to our Silent Auction.

The NATIVE HEALTH Board of Directors invites you to participate in its annual fund-raising and community awards event—Laughter is the Best Medicine: A night out with NATIVE HEALTH, Saturday, September 16, 2017 at the Orange Tree Golf Club and Resort - 10601 North 56th Street, Scottsdale, AZ. The will be James and Ernie.

Funds raised through attendance, sponsorships, donations, and the silent auction will provide direct financial support to the NATIVE HEALTH Emergency Assistance Program—a program that assists Native American families with the financial costs of travel, shelter, food and personal care when a family member is transported to a Phoenix Metropolitan hospital for medical emergencies.

We will also be honoring community members and organizations who have shown outstanding service to the Phoenix community. Past honorees include; Native American advocate, John Lewis; The Association of American Indian Physicians; community advocates Erma Mundy, Cecilia Miller, Diane Daychild, Karen Thorne and Aunt Rita’s Foundation. Laughter is the Best Medicine is a great opportunity to get you or your organization's name in front of hundreds of attendees while supporting a charitable cause.

Underwriting Opportunities and Sponsorships Levels

Underwriter opportunities include Reception, Comedic Entertainment, Native American Youth Traditional/Spiritual Presentation and the Photo Booth. Benefits for underwriting or sponsoring our event include: your company logo on the event website, in NATIVE HEALTH social media sites, on the sponsorship poster, powerpoint presentation and program guide; acknowledgment during event and in the NATIVE HEALTH Monthly Newsletter (distributed to 36,000).

Silent Auction Donation

We are seeking donations of art, services and other items that will be displayed at the event and sold to the highest bidder in a silent auction. Donors of art pieces, services or other items will receive:

  • Acknowledgment during the event and recognition as a donor in the Event Program
  • An image of the donated item or service will be featured on the NATIVE HEALTH website event page and social media sites
  • Recognition in the NATIVE HEALTH monthly newsletter (distributed to 36,000)

Click here to download an Adobe PDF version of the Silent Auction brochure.

For more information please call (602) 279-5262, ext. 3117 or email: lwathogoma@nachci.com.