Salvation Army City of Hope Gala
The Salvation Army’s second annual City of Hope Gala is the organization’s marquee event to support its mission of helping to equip, empower and educate clients. The event will feature a reception, dinner and firsthand accounts of being provided hope by the organization. The keynote speaker will be retired U.S. Air Force Capt. William “Bill” Robinson, the longest-held enlisted prisoner of war in American history. He was released from the infamous Hanoi Hilton on Feb. 12, 1973, over seven years after being shot down in combat in Vietnam.
Tickets are $50 per person; and table of 10 for $500 by April 8; afterwards, $75 and $750, respectively.
For information about table sponsorship with advertising, contact Maria Down at [email protected] or 865-971-4907.