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OEA Kwanzaa Celebration
December 29, 2022 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
The Outdoor Equity Alliance invites you to…
A Kwanzaa Celebration
Thursday, December 29, 2022 | 4:00-6:00PM
Grounds for Sculpture
80 Sculptors Way, Hamilton, NJ 08619
Event Guest Ticket: $150
Event Host: $500
As an Event Host, you will receive 2 tickets to our Kwanzaa celebration. Your tickets include admission to Grounds for Sculpture Night Forms, and your name(s) will be included on our invitation as a HOST.
The advantage of being a host is that your name will be included as part of the invitation and we are hoping that others will see that you are joining us and be encouraged to attend as well.
Hosting opportunities are only available through November 15th. If you are interested in hosting, contact Richele or Renata at email@example.com.
Event Sponsorships and Benefits
|$10,000||OEA Presenting Sponsor - Includes 12 Celebration
tickets, Recognition in ad materials, Leaf on the 2023 OEA Giving Tree.
|$5,000||OEA Partner - Includes 8 Celebration tickets, Recognition in ad materials, leaf on the 2023 OEA Giving Tree.|
|$2,500||OEA Patron - Includes 6 Celebration tickets, and recognition in ad materials.|
|$1,000||OEA Friend - Includes 2 Celebration tickets, and recognition in ad materials.|
Along with standard admission to Night Forms, your Celebration Tickets include bonus admission to Night Forms at a time of your choosing.
To sponsor at any level, contact Richele or Renata at firstname.lastname@example.org, or click below to register your sponsorship online now.
Kwanzaa is a secular, non-religious, holiday, whose name translates from Swahili to “first fruits,” referencing the holiday’s roots in traditional harvest festivals. Instead of centering on religious traditions, Kwanzaa focuses on culture, community, and family. Kwanzaa is celebrated the 7 days from December 26 to January 1.
The OEA Celebration is on December 29th or Day 4. The Fourth Principle of Kwanzaa, Ujamaa, means ‘Cooperative Economics’ — “To build our own businesses, control the economics of our own community, and share in all its work and wealth.”
To learn more about Kwanzaa, visit kwanzaa.net.