A Toast to Mental Health

A Toast to Mental Health




Trails Banquet Facility
325 Burnett Road
West Lafayette, IN 47906

Lafayette Daybreak Rotary Club, in collaboration with Mental Health America of Tippecanoe County, the National Alliance on Mental Illness -- West Central Indiana (NAMI), and Willowstone Family Services is proud to offer its 11th annual:

A Toast to Mental Health

Live and Silent Auction Fundraiser
Thursday, May 4, 2017, at the Trails Banquet Facility
6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Tickets $35.00 per person

Buy Event Tickets

Included with the purchase of a ticket is a complimentary beer or wine beverage, hors d'oeurves, live music, and the ability to bid in the silent and live auctions.

By completing the steps to purchase a ticket, you will become pre-registered for the event (no hard tickets will be mailed out or necessary) and able to start bidding on available auction items online (select items available for bidding in mid-April).

Please remember to bring your smartphone in order to bid in the silent auction, which ends at 8:00 PM on May 3rd. We will also have volunteers ready to assist with bidding.

If you are unable to make the event, you can still Register Here to bid online for the Silent Auction. Check back often for auction updates. We appreciate your support! 

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