THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 2014
6:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M.
Union League of Philadelphia
140 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Parking is available at several lots near the Union League, including the League lot at 1415 Sansom Street. If you are parking in this lot, please walk across Sansom to the Sansom Street entrance at mid-block.
Additional parking available at 15th and Sansom Streets; 1616 Sansom Street; Bellevue Garage, Broad, south of Walnut Street.; 15th and Chestnut Streets.
Stephen J. Harmelin
Dilworth Paxson LLP
Green Tree School & Services anticipates over 300 business and civic leaders, government officials, friends and others will gather at Lincoln Hall in the Union League of Philadelphia to see Dilworth Paxson LLP's Stephen J. Harmelin receive the organization's first Lasting Legacy Award. GTSS will be celebrating the establishment of the Stephen and Julia Harmelin Fund for the Arts and Creative Expression at Green Tree School & Services. The honorary co-chair is Susan Corbett, First Lady of Pennsylvania. Guests will enjoy fabulous food, cocktails, a video tribute about the honoree and more. The Lasting Legacy Award dinner presenting sponsors include Dilworth Paxson LLP, the Neubauer Family Foundation and the radio sponsor is MORE FM (formerly B101 FM).
The co-chairs for the Lasting Legacy Award dinner are Jon and Joanne Harmelin, Mrs. Thomas J. Holt, Sr., Lewis Katz, and Joseph and Jeannette Lerman-Neubauer. Tickets are $250 per person ($125 for young patrons under 35) and proceeds support art therapy at Green Tree School & Services.
Please call (215) 866-0200, ext. 209 and ask for Courtney Ridley for more information.
-Learn more about the event here.
-See the invite here.
-See the press release here.
-Sponsorship forms are available by clicking here. Use this form to buy a sponsorship, tables, and ads in the program book. We will help you design your ad if necessary.
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GREEN TREE SCHOOL & SERVICES RECEIVED $25,000 GRANT FROM RONALD McDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES® OF THE PHILADELPHIA REGION
PHILADELPHIA (Feb. 6, 2014) – Green Tree School & Services (GTSS) received a $25,000 grant from Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC®) of the Philadelphia Region, Inc. to fund equipment for the new multi-sensory room as part of its sensory-based therapy program. Established in 1957, GTSS provides education and therapeutic services to children with learning, developmental and emotional needs, including Autism Spectrum Disorder and Emotional and Behavioral Disorders. GTSS representatives and students were on hand to accept this grant from local McDonald’s® Owner/Operator Ken Youngblood at the school’s East Washington Lane location.
About Ronald McDonald House Charities
RMHC of the Philadelphia Region, Inc. grants hundreds of thousands of dollars per year to support local non-profit programs that directly improve the health and well-being of children. In addition, RMHC supports four scholarship programs for high school seniors; the Philadelphia, Southern New Jersey and Delaware Ronald McDonald Houses; the St. Christopher’s Foundation for Children Ronald McDonald Care Mobile; and 13 Ronald McDonald Family Rooms in area hospitals. The charity receives its support from McDonald’s Corporation, McDonald’s Owner/Operators, corporate donors and McDonald’s customers.
For more information, visit www.rmhcphilly.org.
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