Join W.I.S.H. Society Alumnae AnneLeigh as she and her father host the 3rd Annual Daddy Daughter Date Night. Dads, grab your best gal(s) for an elegant dinner at Chima Brazilian Steakhouse on Saturday, October 15.
AnneLeigh was the first-ever Junior Honoree of the W.I.S.H. Society in 2014. She joined the prestigious group as the youngest member ever, with a goal of raising $6,000, which is the average cost of a wish for a child with a life-threatening medical condition in her territory. That year, she raised $18,000 and since starting her fundraising for the local chapter at age five, AnneLeigh has raised nearly $26,000! Asked why she has spent so much of her life raising money for wish kids, she says, “I just know if I was ever that sick, I would want someone to do something to put a smile on my face!”
For the third year in a row, Chima Brazilian Steakhouse will host AnneLeigh’s annual Daddy-Daughter Date Night on Saturday, October 15, 2016. The evening will once again be filled with dinner, dancing, and dessert as well as a picture of each duo to capture the memorable night. Each year, the crowd also hears the emotional journey of a local dad and/or daughter who experienced the Power of a Wish® at a time when they needed it most. Proceeds from the evening go directly to Make-A-Wish Central and Western North Carolina.
A daddy and one daughter will be $100, a daddy with two daughters will be $125 and a daddy with three daughters will be $150. New this year, a high-end raffle package featuring dinner for two from Chima, a one-night stay at Uptown’s elegant Westin Hotel and more! Inquiries and tickets: email@example.com.
Please, remember, this special evening is a fundraising effort for the W.I.S.H. Society for Make-A-Wish Central and Western North Carolina. Make-A-Wish grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. The local chapter grants more than 300 wishes each year at an average cost of $6,000 per wish. Every dollar raised stays in Central & Western North Carolina and is used to help grant wishes!