What Does 'Ohana Mean to You?
The Asian American Drug Abuse Program, Inc. (AADAP) will be celebrating 49 years of serving the community at Showtime 2021- 28th Annual Benefit Event. Our event will be held on Saturday, October 9th, 2021. We will be going hybrid- broadcasting our show online and hosting an in-person reception at the brand new Terasaki Budokan in Little Tokyo.
This year's theme is celebrating what the AADAP "Ohana" means to you- our sponsors, supporters, clients, and staff. The year culminated with a historic leadership transition, and we invite you to engage with us as we look ahead to the future while celebrating the past. As part of that vision, we will be honoring our newly retired President and CEO, Mike Watanabe for his 46 years of service with AADAP. Mike has symbolized AADAP for many years, and has impacted countless lives through his leadership, generosity, and commitment to the community. This is a historic celebration that stakeholders and supporters do not want to miss.
The online auction will open on Monday, October 4, at 12pm (PDT) and will close on Saturday, October 9, at 8pm (PDT).
- To participate in the auction you must register.
- Bidders will be responsible for paying upon winning and must cover shipping costs or coordinate pick-up of their items.
- Instructions will be sent to winners after the auction closes.
For sponsorship information, visit the link below, or contact Paulina Hong, Development Director, at email@example.com