Legal Aid Society Denim & Diamonds Gala this weekend – KCBD

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LUBBOCK, Texas (NEWS RELEASE) – The Legal Aid Society of Lubbock will be hosting two fundraising events this weekend.
Friday, Oct. 1 – Get a Grip on Domestic Violence Golf Tournament
Legal Aid Society will host its 10th Annual Golf Tournament at Shadow Hills Golf Course. The following sponsorship opportunities are available:
DIAMOND SPONSOR – $5000
AMETHYST SPONSOR – $2500
SAPPHIRE SPONSOR – $1000
PEARL SPONSOR – $500
TEE BOX SPONSOR $150
CART SPONSOR $100
Please email your Logo to: mvigil@lubbocklegalaid.org
Saturday, Oct. 2 – Denim & Diamonds Gala on Domestic Violence
Legal Aid Society will then host its Denim & Diamonds fundraiser at the Legacy Event Center for GALA. The following sponsorship opportunities are available:
Diamond Level- $2000.00
Amethyst Level- $1500.00
Sapphire Level- $1000.00
If you have any questions, regarding the various sponsorship levels, or how you or your company can support this event in other ways, please do not hesitate to contact Michelle Perez-Vigil at (806)762-2325 or email at mvigil@lubbocklegalaid.org Thank you for your time and consideration.
About Legal Aid Society of Lubbock
Legal Aid Society of Lubbock was created by the Lubbock County Bar Association over 40 years ago when a group of Lubbock attorneys realized that the need for pro bono legal services far outstripped what they could provide. Since that time, our 501(c)(3) non-profit has provided first-rate legal representation to the low-income residents of Lubbock County and has added thirteen other counties in the South Plains. In 2018, we served over 2,440 clients and their families. In over 67% of those cases our client had been a victim of domestic violence. Domestic violence is a crime that has lasting consequences, not only for the victim of the abuse, but for family members, co-workers, and community. By working to help victims of domestic violence permanently break the cycle of violence, we by extension help improve the lives of their families, co-workers, and community.
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