Night Under the Stars will take place on Saturday, May 18, 2019 at Union Stage in Washington, DC.

Location

Union Stage
740 Water Street SW, Washington, DC 20024

 

Event Schedule

Silent Auction | DJ | Open Bar

Cocktail Attire

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Community Leadership Council

The Community Leadership Council is a group of motivated and dedicated individuals who are inspired to fundraise and raise awareness on behalf of Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic. Each member commits to fundraising through a variety of activities: securing event sponsorships, personal and network contributions, event ticket sales and hosting their own fundraising events.

The Community Leadership Council’s largest event is the annual Night Under the Stars celebration. This fun and lively event celebrates the many wishes granted while raising critical funds for wishes waiting.

To learn more about the Community Leadership Council or Night Under the Stars, please email Brittney Hill at bhill@midatlantic.wish.org.

Allison Papadopolous
Alyia Smith-Parker
Amy Zimmer
Anthony Crisalli
Ashwani Jain
Brandon Poteet
Brett Sullivan
Claire Gould
Emmaline Theobald
Erika Dyer
Glenn Stewart
Heather Browning
Irvin Jones
Jeremy Moreland

Jessica Mundi – Vice Chair
Jessica Randall
Jordan Hinds
Joshua Cox
Judith Novak
Marc Geller
Matthew Rubin
Maura Hughes
Mollie Thorsen
Nicole Callan
Nicole Christensen
Pamela Gorgei
Rachael Gardner
Stephanie Sherman – Chair
Tina Paglia

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About Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic

Together, we create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.

Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic was founded in 1983 and has granted the wishes of more than 9,700 children with critical illnesses such as cancer, Duchenne’s Muscular Dystrophy and heart disease.

For every wish granted there is another local child waiting for their wish.

The Mid-Atlantic chapter serves children who reside in the District of Columbia, Maryland and northern Virginia.

Following referral, a certified medical professional must verify that the child has a critical illness. There are no other qualifications based on sex, race, religion, socioeconomic status or any other demographic category.

Over 500 volunteers help the Mid-Atlantic chapter maintain its grassroots support by delivering the organization’s mission to seriously ill children.

For more information on Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic, please visit MidAtlantic.Wish.org