Robin Quivers, who was born in Baltimore and is best known as the news anchor on “The Howard Stern Show”, will be the keynote speaker this year for the Baltimore Child Abuse Center’s second annual Be A Hero fundraiser on Thursday, April 30. The event honors those who work to keep children safe from sexual abuse. Quivers is a survivor of childhood sexual abuse.
“The work we provide the Baltimore community would not be possible without the continued support of our incredible donors,” said Adam Rosenberg, executive director of BCAC. “Be A Hero enables us to raise awareness of BCAC’s mission and services, as well as funds to continue to serve those who need it most.”
The BCAC will hold the event at Power Plant Live! and it will begin with a VIP reception, including a meet-and-greet with Quivers, followed by the main event featuring cocktails, dinner, raffles and a speech by Quivers. The event chairs are Colby Simon, Jennifer Sachs and Jamie Smith.
Guests can purchase tickets for the main event for $175 or VIP tickets for $250. Guests aged 30 and under receive a discounted ticket price of $125 for the main event. Full main event tables (10 seats) are $1,500, and corporate-level tables will go for $2,500 (10 seats including access for two to the VIP reception, corporate logo on table, favorable table placement and logo in program booklet). Buy your tickets at www.bcaci.org.
ABOUT BALTIMORE CHILD ABUSE CENTER
Baltimore Child Abuse Center (BCAC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit that provides all reported victims of child abuse in Baltimore City and their non-offending caretakers with comprehensive interviews, medical treatment, and crisis counseling services. Baltimore Child Abuse Center is the oldest children’s advocacy center in Maryland and serves more than 1,000 children annually. Visit BCAC online atwww.bcaci.org.
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