This ticket includes full event access, a V.I.P. Party Box for the event, and an exclusive virtual experience (Five Iron Golf).
To RSVP (and donate the cost of the pre-COVID-19 V.I.P. ticket) for the virtual event, please register here! RSVP by May 2nd to reserve your "Party in a Box" to be mailed or picked up in our offices at 1630 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19146.
Having a socially distant picnic? This 59" x 53" water resistant plaid blanket is perfect for the outdoor picnic, sports game, or event. Designed with a Velcro flap, you can secure the blanket with a handle to for easy transportation and storage. Your blanket also features a zippered pocket on the front flap where you can fit small items.
Your socially distant morning walk won't be the same with this shiny 18oz travel mug! These teal travel mugs are made of double wall stainless steel with a vacuum-insulated tumbler is designed to keep drinks hot or cold for hours. This mug also has an acrylic push-on lid with a thumb-slide closure and a rubber gasket as well as a non-skid foam bottom.
This insulated wine glass is great for outdoor drinks, socially distant picnics, and helping keep your drinks cool. Made of double-wall stainless steel, this copper-insulated cup with a push-on lid keeps drinks hot or cold for hours.
Annual plants - like poppies, cosmos, and marigolds - grow from a seed and then blooms for only one season. Like annuals, when you provide funds and in-kind donations, you plant seeds that help Bethesda Project bloom and flourish for short term or one-time needs such as emergencies, special facilities projects, or technology needs.
Perennial plants - like peonies, shasta daisies, and mums - grow each year and often bloom on their own. Like perennials, Bethesda Project has regularly occurring needs such as site cleaning, and supplies. By investing in Bethesda Project, you help us cultivate our sites and provide supplies to help guests and residents grow.
Grown anywhere from a farm to newer "urban gardens," fruits and vegetables nurture healthy minds, bodies, and spirits. As Bethesda Project provides daily meals - investing in what nourishes the lives of our guests and residents helps us in our work to eliminate homelessness and end poverty.
Soil provides space for roots to take hold, build a foundation, and receive the nutrients, minerals, and water needed for plants to grow strong. Through our Housing First approach, guest and residents lay their roots at our shelters where nutrients such as individual case management help those we serve set and achieve goals such as independent housing, employment, and more!
To help plans grow, the sun provides energy that allows photosynthesis to occur (resulting in needed nutrients!). Life in our community - from shared meals to holidays to house meetings - provides spaces for guests to develop relationships, shared experiences, and positive habits and routines. Investing program management and community life provides the sunshine to help our guests and residents grow.
Even during difficult times, Bethesda Project is working hard to make sure we are being a family to those who need one and giving them the support they need. Support our fight by giving what you can today. Every gift makes a difference, especially today.
All donations supporting Bethesda Project are 100% tax deductible.
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By capturing email addresses during ticket purchase, your guests will receive immediate notification that a ticket has been purchased for them. The email contains pertinent campaign information can be used at tax time as a receipt for tax purposes.