2014 Public Citizen for Children and Youth Co-Chairs Denis P. O’Brien Dianne Semingson Judee von Seldeneck Honorary Committee* Steven M. Altschuler, MD Maria Pajil Battle Rhonda R. Cohen Joseph F. Coradino Irene Hannan Daniel J. Hilferty Robert Kane Charisse Lillie Alba Martinez Charles P. Pizzi William R. Sasso Molly Shepard Lynn Yeakel * In formation Celebration of the 2014 Public Citizen for Children and Youth Honoring Anne Morrissey, COO, AmeriHealth Caritas On April 9, 2014, one of region’s most respected child advocacy organizations, Public Citizens for Children and Youth, will honor Anne Morrissey, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of AmeriHealth Caritas. In her role, Anne oversees the delivery of highquality and compassionate care to underserved children in vulnerable communities across the country. Her commitment to children goes far beyond her daily work. Anne enriches children’s lives by creating and supporting special programs that focus on education, sports, play and mentoring. It is her tireless advocacy and sincere commitment to our young people that makes her the perfect recipient of the 2014 Public Citizen for Children and Youth award. Our Co-Chairs and Honorary Committee members share Anne’s vision and mission for children. I am writing today to ask that you consider sponsorship of this important event. Y our support not only will honor Anne and her work, but it also will support PCCY’s mission to improve the lives and life chances of our region’s children through thoughtful and informed advocacy. Thank you for considering supporting this special recognition of one of our region’s most talented and dedicated citizens. Please feel free to call me if you have any questions. I can be reached at 215-563-5848 x30. Sincerely, Donna Cooper Executive Director th Public Citizens for Children and Youth (PCCY) 1709 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, 6 Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19103 215-563-5848 [email protected] Event website:www.pccy.org/publiccitizenoftheyear Celebration of the 2014 Public Citizen for Children and Youth Anne Morrissey Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, AmeriHealth Caritas April 9, 2014, Vie, 600 North Broad Street, Philadelphia PA 19130, 5:30-8:00 pm Presenting Sponsor - $25,000 Social Impact Benefit: Helps pay for free eye exams and glasses for 350 low income children Sponsor Benefits: Co-branding of the event, full page inside cover ad in program book, speaking role, signage throughout venue, banner at the entrance, top tier logo placement on all promotional materials, 10 guest passes to the VIP reception and 25 tickets to the event. Championship Sponsor - $15,000 Social Impact Benefit: Covers the cost of arranging for free dental care for 350 low income children Sponsor Benefits: Naming of the famous seafood station at Vie, full page back cover ad in program book, acknowledgement of sponsorship including corporate representative reading a short statement from your company during the opening program, logo placement on all promotional materials, 10 guest passes to the VIP reception and 15 event tickets. Leading Sponsor - $10,000 Social Impact Benefit: Helps 3 school districts increase the number of children who have school breakfast Sponsor Benefits: Naming of the complimentary valet service, acknowledgement of your sponsorship during the opening program, full page ad in the event program book, logo placement on all promotional materials, 4 guest passes to the VIP reception and 10 event tickets. Advocate Sponsor - $5,000 Social Impact Benefit: Makes possible hands on arts instruction for 250 students in one Philadelphia public school Sponsor Benefits: Naming of the dessert station, logo placement on all promotional materials, full page ad with company logo in program book, 2 VIP guest passes and 5 event tickets. Supporting Sponsor - $2,500 Social Impact Benefit: Helps early childhood programs develop linkages with their school district Sponsor benefits: Company listed as a Supporter on all promotional materials, full page ad with company logo in program book, 1 guest pass to the VIP reception and 3 event tickets. Ally Sponsor - $1,000 Social Impact Benefit: Helps 10 families enroll their child in affordable health insurance Sponsor Benefits: Company listed as an Ally on all promotional material, half page ad with company logo in the program book, 1 guest pass to the VIP reception and 2 event tickets. Celebration of the 2014 Public Citizen for Children and Youth Anne Morrissey Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, AmeriHealth Caritas April 9, 2014, Vie, 600 North Broad Street, Philadelphia PA 19130, 5:30-8:00 pm Sponsorship Response Form Contact Information Name:__________________________________________________________________ Company: ______________________________________________________________ Address:________________________________________________________________ City: _____________________________ State: ________ Zip: __________________ Phone: _____________________ Email: _____________________________________ Additional contact person: ________________________________________________________ Sponsorship Levels Presenting - $25,000 Championship - $15,000 Leading - $10,000 Advocate - $5,000 Supporting - $2,500 Ally - $1,000 Choose one and RSVP by 2/3/14 to be included on the invitation. Send artwork to [email protected] as PDF or JPEG. Contribution Information By mail: Checks payable to PCCY, 1709 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, 6th Floor, Phila, PA 19103 By credit card: Name on Card:_____________________________________________ Expiration Date: _______________ Credit Card Type: ____________________ Credit card number: ________________________________________________ Street address credit card is issued to with Zip: ______________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ Authorized signature: _______________________________________________ Questions: Steven Fynes ([email protected]) at 215-563-5848 x 11 or visit www.pccy.org. PUBLIC CITIZENS FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH Giving Voice to Children These are tough times for many children. The challenges they face don’t lend themselves to simple solutions. But PCCY has demonstrated, time and time again, that it can create positive change for children by mobilizing citizens and public officials to address their urgent needs. Public Citizens for Children and Youth (PCCY), a private nonprofit organization, is dedicated to improving the lives and life chances of our region’s children through thoughtful and informed advocacy . Because PCCY is the only advocacy organization in our region that looks out for the whole child, it is committed to systemic reform across the spectrum—from public education to healthcare, from infant nutrition to child care and early education. PCCY empowers com munities to speak for all of our children. Since its founding 34 years ago, PCCY has been a catalyst for significant policy changes to benefit children, including: PCCY ensured that Pennsylvania enacted the CHIP program, which grants access to healthcare for children across the Commonwealth, and has continued to fight for expanded health coverage. PCCY is the force behind the School Breakfast Challenge, advocating to have school meals included as a metric in school performance standards. As a result, 61,000 school breakfasts are served every day in Philadelphia public and charter schools. PCCY led the charge for full day kindergarten which now reaches 10,000 Philadelphia school children and nearly half of the children attending public school in the suburban counties. PCCY is one of organizations leading the charge to make high quality Pre-K available and affordable for every family in the state.
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