Broke Ball 2020: 20th Anniversary Celebration
Join us in celebrating 20 years of our Thomas P. Raley Teen Center and the impact the Raley and Teel Families have had for thousands of youth! And highlighting this impact in the lives of Club kids and teens is our keynote speaker, Mona Dixon, Boys & Girls Clubs of America National Youth of the Year. Join us and 400 community supporters for an inspiring evening of life-changing stories, Farm-to-Fork dinner by The Hidden Table, lively auction bidding, and more. Your support empowers kids to build great futures! For more information, contact Virginia Isble at firstname.lastname@example.org or (916) 392-1350.
Friday, June 12, 2020
Thomas P. Raley Teen Center
1117 G Street, Downtown Sacramento
Patrick Harbison Public Relations
Boys & Girls Clubs of America National Youth of the Year
and Teen Empowerment Leader
The Broke Ball Story
Broke Ball is the signature event of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Sacramento, named by Fred Teichert and his daughters. Broke Ball’s unique name stems from a play on words. When the Club began services in 1996, at a time when the Baroque Ball was the premier event in town, the Teichert Family and founding BGCSAC Board members sought to hold a fundraising event that was all about low event overhead, casual dress, simple food, fun, and friends. Thus, the Broke Ball was born.
Now 23 years later, Broke Ball is still 100% in the spirit of everything we do at the Club. It’s casual, fun, and showcases what the Club means to thousands of youth across the Sacramento region. With minimal event costs, Broke Ball provides a significant source of core mission support to enable the Club to provide innovative programs that are designed to help youth excel in school, become good citizens, and lead healthy, productive lives.