We look forward to spending a magical evening together as we celebrate the bravery of our children while raising critical funds to support our healing and education services!
SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 2018 • SKIRVIN HILTON HOTEL OKC • 6:30 pm – Midnight
The CARE Center’s annual black-tie fundraiser, Brave Ball will be held Saturday, April 14, 2018, at the Skirvin Hilton Hotel in Oklahoma City. This special event is so named because it celebrates the bravery and incredible resilience of the children we serve at The CARE Center. This special night celebrates their ongoing healing.
The 2018 Brave Ball will feature amazing cuisine prize pulls, raffles items, and silent and live auction packages. We have STUNNING items, so be sure to arrive early because we always sell out!
You won’t want to miss the night’s afterhours lounge overlooking the beautiful Oklahoma City skyline.
Skirvin Hilton Hotel OKC
1 Park Ave, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102
Saturday, April 14, 2018
6:30 pm – Registration, Cocktails, and Prize Pulls
8:00 pm – Dinner and Program
10:00 pm – After party
Formal; bright Spring colors are encouraged to go with the bright fairytale theme of the evening. Coat check will be available.
There is parking available in the Santa Fe parking garage east of the hotel (this is recommended as the Valet Service can become full quickly)
The Skirvin does offer valet services at the main entrance for a range of $9-22 depending on hours your car is at the hotel.
We will have vegetarian and vegan options available by request. Please let your server know your preference when dinner is served.
Show your support! There are six levels of sponsorship available. For more information or to make your commitment over the phone, contact Camden Means at (405) 236-2100 x107 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you Brave Ball sponsors! We have sold out of all sponsorship opportunities!
When children come to The CARE Center, their innocence has been taken away by the heartbreaking act of abuse. Brave Ball raises awareness and critical funds to support our services of forensic interviews, medical exams, counseling, and family support. Each of these are critical tools in helping children find hope and healing after abuse. Our children are brave. We simply help them reveal their courage and live a life not defined by their trauma.
Brave Ball is The CARE Center’s annual black-tie gala, and will be held Saturday, April 14, 2018 the Skirvin Hilton Hotel in downtown Oklahoma City. This is a special evening for friends and supporters of The CARE Center to celebrate the bravery and resilience of the children we serve. Our children have experienced abuse and are involved in an active investigation. Brave Ball celebrates their ongoing healing. The 2018 Brave Ball will feature amazing cuisine, prize pulls with incredible trips, jewelry, wine and other fun items, a Kendra Scott Jewelry Pull, a silent and live auction, entertainment, and an afterhours party overlooking the beautiful Oklahoma City skyline. Come help continue a tradition that heals.
Our mission statement: Every child has a future; we educate. Every child has a voice; we listen. At The CARE Center, every child is treated with compassion, love, and respect in a safe and secure environment. We empower children who have suffered the unimaginable to use their voice and get the healing services they need to overcome their trauma.
The CARE Center (Child Abuse Response & Evaluation), Inc. is a non-profit organization and Nationally Accredited Child Advocacy Center. Serving Oklahoma County, The CARE Center provides investigative forensic interviews in a child-friendly setting for professionals who investigate child crimes. Working together as an independent member of an interdisciplinary team with medical professionals, law enforcement agencies, and child protection services, The CARE Center staff provides the most efficient and comprehensive services to children and their families. By consolidating the necessary services into one day, The CARE Center exponentially reduces further trauma to victims of child abuse allowing them to begin their healing journey almost immediately.
The CARE Center is working to end child abuse in our community by educating children about body safety and the importance of using their voice as well as teaching adults the signs of abuse and when and how to properly report child abuse to authorities.