You’re Invited to attend the Celebration of a Century!
with special guest speaker Dr. Willie Parker
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Registration: 11:00 am – 11:45 am
Luncheon: Noon – 1:30 pm
18000 Von Karman Avenue
I am unable to attend and would like to donate
Planned Parenthood has been providing care and education for 100 years.
It is the Celebration of a Century!
Join us in commemorating this milestone, connecting with our most influential supporters, and spending an inspiring afternoon with our featured speaker Dr. Willie Parker. Dr. Parker is an author and a fearless voice who helps to ensure abortion care services are available to the most vulnerable women in Mississippi.
Every gift of support is important to our 180,000 local patients we serve annually. Sponsorships allow us to provide care at a reduced cost to low-income patients who might otherwise not receive the health care services they need.
How You Can Help?
Invite your friends and enjoy the celebration by:
Reserving a table of 10 seats for $1,500 or purchase individual tickets at $150 each
Sponsorships are available starting at $1,000 and up to $25,000
Sponsorships include an invitation to the evening “Sponsor’s Reception” at the Orange County Museum of Art in Newport Beach.
About Dr. Willie Parker
Dr. Willie Parker is at the forefront of the fight for reproductive justice. He is Chair-elect of the Board of Physicians for Reproductive Health and a board member of The Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice. He was recently honored by the United Nations Office of Human Rights.
He has been featured for his work in Slate, Cosmopolitan, NPR’s Morning Edition, Salon, and more. While a fascinating profile on Dr. Parker in Esquire sparked national interest in 2014, he is now the subject of “Trapped”, a documentary about the legal battle to keep accessible abortion centers open in the South.
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