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Sponsors Sought for Upcoming Masquerade Ball

This Special Event is Held to Benefit the
Deaf & Hearing Impaired

The Abram Powell Foundation will be holding its annual Masquerade Charity Ball on December 1, 2018. We are currently seeking sponsors to help us turn this year’s edition of this exciting event into wonderful reality.

About The
AMasquerade Ball

The unique Masquerade Ball allows the deaf and hard of hearing along with donors to socialize and have a fun and exciting night out. It’s a chance for the deaf and hearing impaired to mingle and for a few hours forget the troubles of the world and just have fun. Many attendees have told us that they look forward to this event all year long.

Plus, all proceeds from the event go to helping the Abram Powell Foundation promote the advancement and well-being of deaf and hard of hearing individuals and others who seek assistance with any aspect of community life.

The Abram Powell Foundation was started in 2013 and during its existence has helped the less fortunate in meaningful and effective ways, including by organizing regular, special and exciting events for the deaf community, like the Masquerade Ball, to help them socialize, have fun and enjoy a greater quality of life!

The foundation helps provide deaf individuals with support, training and tools needed to live better, more fulfilling lives. It also provides scholarships and offers support to the needy and less fortunate.

To Continue to HELP the Less Fortune,We
HELP from You!

With a simple $100 donation you can help the deaf and hard of hearing community. In exchange for your donation, you will receive a jumbo screen advertisement that will run during this well-attended event. This will let others know about your generosity and your commitment to helping the deaf and hard of hearing live better lives.

Your Contribution
is Needed!

Currently, about 2 to 3 out of every 1,000 children in the United States are born with a detectable level of hearing loss in one or both ears. Approximately 15% of American adults (37.5 million) aged 18 and over report some trouble hearing.

Being deaf or hard of hearing has many negatives associated with it, including not being able to hear music or many of the sounds that we take for granted like birds’ chirping, lawnmowers’ running and the sound of the wind.

Help us take the deaf and hard of hearing’s minds off the negatives and help them focus on the many positives of life during our Masquerade Ball!

Make your donation today. Together we can help ensure the fair treatment and advancement of all deaf and hard of hearing individuals. Just download the sponsor form and mail it back with your contribution. The Abram Powell Foundation Truly appreciates your support!