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Showtime 2020- AADAP's 48th Anniversary Benefit Event

October 10, 2020 5:00 - 6:00 pm

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Tune in right here for our livestream, or watch directly on Youtube or Facebook!

Schedule: 

October 5th at 12:00 p.m. - Silent Auction Bidding Opens. Bid on showtime2020.givesmart.com.
October 10th at 4:30 p.m. - Virtual Showtime Pre-Show Begins.
October 10th at 5:00 p.m. - Virtual Showtime Begins.
October 10th at 8:00 p.m. - Silent Auction Bidding Closes.

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AADAP IS GOING VIRTUAL! 

While we can't convene in person, nothing can stop us from celebrating AADAP's 48 years of accomplishments. Our community needs us now more than ever, and we need your support. Funds raised assist in fulfilling our mission to Change Lives and Save Families. 

 

The event will stream live from YouTube and Facebook, and include exclusive performances by Michael Paulo, David Benoit, and Kalapana. It will feature an exciting Online Auction that will run from Oct. 5- 10th, and Raffle Prizes such as: Hawaiian Airlines,  65" 4K TV, and Nintendo Switch. AADAP will also be raising funds to support the renovation project for the new Olympia Academy Women's Residential center, that will provide housing and treatment for women and their children. 

 

Once you register on GiveSmart, you will begin receiving updates via email and text message about auction items and the virtual programing. We will email and text you the direct link to join the virtual event on the day of the event.

 

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ABOUT AADAP

AADAP exists to change lives and save families adversely impacted by substance abuse. It provides the diverse and multi-ethnic communities of Los Angeles a comprehensive "whole person" approach in its education, intervention, treatment, outreach, advocacy, and employment programs. AADAP distinguishes itself by embodying the Hawaiian concept of "Ohana," meaning "family." Each individual who joins AADAP joins a Family bound together by its values of compassion, responsibility, and respect.

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