You are invited to an elegant evening of fun, food, auctions, a raffle, and, of course, fine wines, spirits, and craft beer tastings! Friday, September 13, 2019, at the 18th Annual Multiple Sclerosis Benefit to be held at CentraState Medical Center on the Star and Barry Tobias Ambulatory Campus from 6:30PM-10:00PM.
Proceeds will benefit the Linda E. Cardinale Multiple Sclerosis Center at CentraState Medical Center. Please see details below or click here for the online registration form. To view a printable form Click Here.
The Vito F. Cardinale Family
2019 Event Committee Members
Nancy Barone, Dr. Jayne Craig, Michele Emmons, Kevin Giles, Clara Glory, Gail Goldstein, Robin Griggs, Gerald Halpern, Dan Higgins, Rob Kash, Dr. Amos Katz, Vincent Labbate, Mary Ann Larkin, Jaclyn Loyer, Brian Mason, Patty Mattia, Ruth Memoli, Elizabeth Navas, Carol Stillwell, Star and Barry Tobias, Gary Triolo, Robert Valdora, Sue Wetherell, Rachel Wichansky.
Benefit Sponsorships are below to reserve and register online at: centrastatefoundation.org/special-events/msbenefit
-$20,000 Survivor Sponsor (Includes 14 Gordon Stillwell Tasting Room tickets, full page ad, logo on website, banner and mention in all PR/media)
-$15,000 Awareness Sponsor (Includes 12 Gordon Stillwell Tasting Room tickets, full page ad, logo on website, banner and mention in all PR/media)
-$10,000 Advocate Sponsor (Includes 10 Gordon Stillwell Tasting Room tickets, full page ad, logo on website and mention in all PR/media)
-$7,500 Cure Sponsor (Includes 8 Gordon Stillwell Tasting Room tickets, full page ad, and logo on website)
-$5,000 Courage Sponsor (Includes 6 Gordon Stillwell Tasting Room tickets, full page ad, and logo on website)q $3,000 Strength Sponsor (Includes 4 Gordon Stillwell Tasting Room tickets, full page ad, and logo on website)q $2,000 Hope Sponsor (Includes 2 Gordon Stillwell Tasting Room tickets, full page ad, and logo on website)
- $250 Gordon Stillwell Tasting Room (Includes 1 general admission ticket and access to the Gordon Stillwell Tasting Room for one flight of four of Napa Valley’s most unique wines. Flight times will be assigned closer to the event. Please be sure to arrive promptly for your assigned seating time!)
-$150 Individual Reservation (Includes 1 general admission ticket with over 70+ wines, spirits, craft beers and an abundance of food)q Tax Deductible Donation (Graduate Program $250, 12-Week Wellness Program $120) $____________
- $1,000 Full Page Ad (Full color, 8” high x 5” wide) q $500 Half Page Ad (Full color, 4” high x 5” wide)
-$200 Business Card Ad (Full color, 2” high x 3.5” wide) q Raffle Tickets (1 ticket for $10, 5 tickets for $20, 20 tickets for $50)
Ads are due by Monday, August 26th. Please e-mail your ad to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Word, JPG, or PDF formats accepted.)
We would like to thank all our wonderful 2019 donors. We are very grateful to them all for their support of this event.
Sponsors are recognized in the Ad Journal, at the event, and on the event webpage for one year. For more information, please contact the Foundation at (732)-294-7030 or e-mail email@example.com. Foundation expenses of 12% will be deducted from the proceeds of this event. For tax reporting purposes, CentraState Healthcare Foundation’s Tax Identification Number is 22-2383065.
The Linda E. Cardinale Multiple Sclerosis Center (MS Center) opened in 2002 and moved to the Star and Barry Tobias Ambulatory Campus at CentraState in 2010 with the support of the New Jersey Metro Chapter of the National MS Society to help improve the quality of life for people with multiple sclerosis and their families in the tri-state region. The MS Center is led by medical director, Amos Katz, MD, fellowship trained at Yale University School of Medicine, board certified in behavioral neurology, Terence McAlarney, MD, fellowship trained at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, and physician Caren Marks, MD, who completed her residency in general neurology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. The goal of the MS Center is to provide comprehensive, high- quality care to patients with MS through accurate diagnosis, education, establishment of an appropriate plan of care, and executing an individualized treatment plan. Also offered at the center is a 12-week comprehensive wellness program that is the first of its kind on the east coast. This life-affirming program is designed to address the physical and psychological challenges associated with MS, and helps strengthen one’s mind and body through education, aquatics, and exercise.