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We LOVE our Event Sponsors!
Thanks to everyone who made Artie's Party such a success through sponsorships and auction items!
All proceeds from the event will find Outreach and Missions!
While we hoped at the end of last year's event to plan a spectacular 20th anniversary celebration for this year, it just didn't work out that way. So, we've gone virtual! Now you can join us for the hour if you're in south Florida, the south of France, or anywhere there is an internet connection!
The pandemic not only changed our event plans, but it forced us to examine the ways Outreach & Missions impacts people directly, and how we can stretch even further to meet growing needs.
Artie's Party funds our annual Outreach & Missions budget completely -- that's $35,000, every year. This event puts food on the table; it gives a toothbrush to a child who doesn't have one; it buys a new wheelchair battery that allows a senior citizen to remain mobile.
Through Outreach initiatives, we make meals at community centers, we educate students through ministry partners, we pick peppers and corn, we provide clothing and shoes to people who need them, and we give backpacks of supplies to those who must carry their belongings every day. We meet people where they are with assistance and a prayer for resilience.
This is an opportunity to demonstrate your gratitude in a meaningful, purposeful way. This is a way you can serve as Christ in the community.
Thank you! for your support of this vital ministry!
$85 (Last year's ticket price)
Do you have a business? We will feature your company name and information during the event and post it on our Artie's Party communications and printed materials.
Attach a photo or scan of your business card for promotion.
Donate your sponsorship amount on our Giving Page or send a check to:
400 Seabrook Road, Tequesta, Florida 33469
10:00 am – 02:00 pm
"This is an opportunity to demonstrate your gratitude in a meaningful, purposeful way. This is a way you can serve as Christ in the community."