Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, children of all ages, prepare to be amazed at Circtacular, Guadalupe Center’s circus-themed virtual event to be livestreamed on Jan. 21.
In 2021, Guadalupe Center’s signature fundraising gala will be a circus-themed virtual extravaganza featuring an interactive livestreaming experience that captures the excitement and energy of the circus. Rather than gathering under the big top, guests can join virtually to learn about Guadalupe Center’s tremendous impact on education and poverty in Immokalee.
Circtacular’s tagline is “The Magic. The Mission. The Moment.”
“2020 has been a challenging year for everyone, but like they say, the show must go on,” said Guadalupe Center President Dawn Montecalvo. “Guadalupe Center has remained student-focused and mission-forward, ensuring that we continue providing high-quality education programs that help the children of Immokalee overcome poverty.”
The signature event is Guadalupe Center’s annual fundraising gala. In January, the flamingo-themed Be Flamazing event raised $1.2 million to benefit students in the Early Childhood Education, After-school Tutoring & Summer Enrichment and Tutor Corps programs. Combined, the programs serve more than 1,400 students annually.
Sponsorship opportunities for Circtacular start at $3,000 and can include recognition in marketing materials, programs, news media and social media, as well as during the event. Additional sponsorship benefits include virtual event passes, custom party boxes delivered to guests and invitations to exclusive donor events.
Circtacular will be held virtually on Thursday, Jan. 21. Guests are encouraged to host private dinner parties during the event and watch the livestreaming event.
For sponsorship or ticket opportunities, please contact Special Events Coordinator Tammy Richelieu at 239-963-3668 or email TRichelieu@GuadalupeCenter.org.
About Guadalupe Center
Guadalupe Center is a purpose-driven, nonprofit organization with proven results in creating endless possibilities for the students of Immokalee through education and fostering personal and academic success that leads to economic independence. With a focus on breaking the cycle of poverty through education, Guadalupe Center is proud of the children’s accomplishments: 95% meet or exceed kindergarten readiness measures, 100% of Tutor Corps high school seniors graduate high school and are accepted into college, and more than 94% graduate with a post-secondary degree.