Join PWC for our 1st Annual ToolBelt Ball
Presented by ATL
Tickets are now on sale!
Since 1998, PWC held its annual gala, Hometown Hollywood, on Oscar® Sunday. Hometown Hollywood was the only Oscar® sanctioned event by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences in Cincinnati. During those 19 years, PWC hosted over 7,000 guests at the event and raised nearly $2 million for low-income homeowners in our community. This year, at our final Hometown Hollywood event, PWC had 500 attendees and netted a record-setting $160,000 for PWC’s Modifications for Mobility program!
While the curtain may be closed on Hometown Hollywood, PWC is excited to offer a re-energize annual event with a new name, theme, and format that we believe better reflects the overall mission of PWC - to help low-income homeowners remain in their homes living independently and healthier.
Join us for the 1st annual ToolBelt Ball where we will celebrate the collective impact that YOU, PWC’s supporters, employees and volunteers, have on our low-income neighbors in all of our communities. This black-tie affair features an open bar cocktail reception, silent and live auctions, Golden Ticket raffle, wine and bourbon cork pull, a three-course gourmet dinner and much more! Or course, you can’t have a “ball” without dancing! Bring your dancing shoes and show off your moves to the Ultra Sonic Band!
PWC’s new signature event, now on a Saturday night, is sure to sell out fast! You won’t want to miss the best party in town! But most of all, your attendance will improve the lives of some of our most vulnerable neighbors who are currently waiting for services. All proceeds from the event will benefit People Working Cooperatively’s Modification to Mobility program.
5:30 P.M. - Midnight
Saturday, March 25, 2017
at JACK Cincinnati Casino
Staying Downtown? Click here for ToolBelt Ball Hotel Information
PWC thanks our gala planning committee!
Gala Co-Chairs: David and Kris Faulk
Top row- L-R (Ann Blocksom, Susan Johnson & Jan Rosenbaum)
Middle Row- L-R (Mike Hall, Cynthia Blocksom, Theresa Wauligman,
Benny Reagan, Bridget Kochersperger, Julie Redfern, Teresa Huxel,
Diana Bass, Jody Aschendorf, Matt and Martha Miele, David Faulk & Mike Viox)
Bottom Row- L-R (Amy Finnegan, Rick Zoller, Jock Pitts, Jeanne Houck,
David Denny, Chris Bell & Kris Faulk)
Not pictured- Nina Creech, Jean Denny, Daniel and Angie Doepker, Karen Draper,
Aaron Grant, Curt and Karen Jackson, Susie McDonald, Tonia Murphy, Greg Shumate and Jeff Soule