Benefitting Goodwill’s mission programs for people with disabilities and other employment barriers

Saturday, September 29, 2018 • 7:30-10:00 PM • Juneau Penthouse – Ritz Carlton, 921 Canal Street, NOLA 70112


Diamond Sponsorship  $10,000

  • Premium Table for 8, front and center of stage
  • Patron Party Admission for 8
  • Full Page Ad in Event Program
  • Sponsor Recognition on Stage, Signage and in all PR materials
  • Podium time for a top level executive from your company
  • Recognition in promotional materials
  • Opportunity for a customized in-store, outreach option at Goodwill stores or training center

Platinum  $5,000

  • Reserved Table for 8 with premium seating
  • Patron Party Admission for 8
  • Half page ad in Event Program
  • Recognition in promotional materials

Gold $ 2,500

  • Reserved Table for 8
  • Patron Party Admission for 8
  • Quarter Page Ad in Event Program
  • Sponsor Recognition on Signage
  • Recognition in promotional materials

Silver    $1,000

  • Event Program Sponsor Listing
  • 6 tickets for admission to the Ball

Bronze   $500

  • 2 tickets to the Patron Party & Goodwill Ball

Patron Ticket $250

Individual Ticket $100

Young Professional Ticket $50

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With News Anchor & Local Author Sheba Turk.

Costume theme is Spirits of New Orleans Past. Come in cocktail attire or as a historical or fictional ghost, vampire, or pirate legend of New Orleans lore.

Boost your company’s philanthropic profile by supporting Goodwill’s mission of changing lives through the power of work.

A job is more than ‘just a job’… it’s a front-row seat to realizing opportunity and success. The Goodwill Ball raises funds for Goodwill’s mission services and showcases how the power of work—realized through a second chance, an opportunity, training and employment—has changed the lives of so many in our community. Two Goodwill program participants, who have overcome tremendous odds, will be honored. Evening includes beer and wine bar, hors d’oeuvres, silent auction, raffle, photo booth and live entertainment.

About Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Louisiana

Goodwill is a 501C3 non-profit organization dedicated to offering opportunities to people with disabilities and other employment disadvantages to improve their economic self-sufficiency through training, education, support services and employment. Last year alone, Goodwill served 2,938 individuals with disabilities and other employment barriers and placed 306 in jobs.

For more information, please contact Sabrina Written at 504-456-3926 or via email at