Third Annual Costume Cruise Fundraiser on the Creole Queen
What could be more New Orleans than masquerading on the Mighty Mississippi? Alternatives Living, Inc. will host their Third Annual Costume Cruise fundraiser aboard the Creole Queen Paddlewheeler on Saturday, October 19th from 7 to 11pm. This spirited evening includes live entertainment by New Orleans’ own Delta Queen — Naydja CoJoe, along with a silent auction, costume contest, food and hors d’oeuvres, open bar, raffle prizes and more, all while enjoying a moonlit cruise down the Mississippi River. Proceeds go to benefit homeless and at risk individuals and families. Limited tickets are available for $75 per person and can either be purchased online at www.alternativesliving.org or by phone from Dr. Ada Craige-Roberson, Director of Programs, at 504.400.3580 or 504.899.4461. Sponsorship opportunities are also available and donations of any size are accepted.
This year’s silent auction will consist of many unique offerings, with the headliner being a WWOZ 90.7 FM sponsorship package valued at $7000, an immense value to any business owner looking to increase their business profile in the New Orleans community. This sponsorship package includes:
* 10 on-air sponsorships announcements per week for 13 weeks (a regular $6000 value)
* A web tile on the home page for one month (a regular $1000 value).
ABOUT ALTERNATIVE LIVING INC:
Alternatives Living Inc. provides support services to chronically homeless and at-risk individuals and families living with a variety of disabilities. All proceeds from this fundraiser will go directly to support these individuals and families. Alternatives Living, Inc. is a CARF accredited not-for-profit social service organization with a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status. Alternatives Living, Inc. is a faith-based organization, committed to excellence in all that we do. We believe that all people shall be treated with respect and dignity, and with an in-depth appreciation and acceptance for the diversity of the human condition. We utilize individualized person-centered, outcome-based approaches to delivering quality care and services.