On the evening of Jan. 29, 2011, children’s health awareness will promotes itself in Atlanta for the 2011 Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Hope & Will Ball. The ball will be held at the St. Regis in Buckhead, marking the eighth anniversary of the prestigious event, benevolently known for its generous attributes and the abundance of individuals that attend the function.
The ball will be undoubtedly watched over by the newly appointed Honorary Chair of the ball, Stephanie Blank. Along with her husband, Arthur Blank, Stephanie believes in the jubilant importance of giving back to the community and those in need, and successfully has no trouble in being the Honorary Chair, as she has chaired many charitable and beneficial organizations, such as the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Foundation Board of Trustees, Atlanta Falcons Women’s Association, the capital campaign for the Imagine It! Children’s Museum of Atlanta, as well as be an active member of various clubs like the United Way’s Early Education Commission and the Governor’s Task Force for Early Education, the Atlanta Outward Bound Center, Camp Sunshine, the Emory University Board of Visitors, the Woodruff Arts Center, the Atlanta Symphony Center, the William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum in Atlanta, and co-founder of Mothers & Others for Clean Air. Other notable chairs include Beth Park and Cathy Rhodes, both active members of the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and board members of its ball of many substantial years. Needless to say, these intelligent women know exactly what they are doing.
All ball proceeds will be given to integral areas for children’s health including Sibley Heart Center Cardiology, the advanced equipment needed to treat critically ill and injured children, the funding for clinical research through The Friends Research Fund, and family support services such as chaplaincy, child life specialists and the Big Apple Circus Clown Care Unit. The 2011 Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Hope & Will Ball will prove once and for all that there is a way to promote an advantageous awareness with sophistication and style.