New Danville's Spring Thing

March 26, 2021 @ 10:00AM — 2:00PM Central Time (US & Canada)

Presented by KIH GPO

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Dear Friend of New Danville,

Please join us for New Danville’s 2020 Spring Thing event, formerly known as Tea on the Lawn, benefiting New Danville on Friday, March 26, 2021 at The Woodlands Resort and Conference Center. As a valued member of our community, we would like to extend this opportunity to you to participate as a sponsor this year.

2020 marks New Danville’s 15th anniversary. As we celebrate this milestone, we want to send out a heartfelt thank you to our community partnerships for the work they have enabled us to do. Since our inception in 2005, our annual Spring event has generated much needed funds for our residential and day programs for adults with intellectual disabilities.

Here is how the past generous donations have supported our program:

Funded our growth for additional housing, which is our number one need. Our waiting list for safe, affordable housing grows longer every day.

Provided much needed funds to extend our community infra-structure so that we are able to expand in the next few years.

Offset our day program overhead cost. Our mission is to be affordable for families. Our Spring event allows for funds to help support salaries, transportation vehicles, property insurance, program supplies and activities, field and community trips, scholarships and much more.

Investing in the New Danville community is an investment in our continued growth, our continued expansion, and our continued success in creating an environment where our population can flourish.

We look forward to visiting with you! In the meantime, please visit our website www.newdanville.org for additional information.

A heartfelt thank you for considering joining our Community Partner Program to support the men and women who cannot support themselves.