The Georgia Trust

PRESERVATION GALA



The 33rd Annual Preservation Gala
Georgia in my Mind
Saturday, April 1, 2017
7:00 p.m.
On the grounds of the historic DuBose/Smith family estate
Atlanta

The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation invites you to the 33rd Annual Preservation Gala: Georgia in my Mind.

Celebrate the diverse regions of Georgia, including the colonial coast, historic heartlands, bustling metro Atlanta and high-country mountains at the Buckhead compound of the DuBose/Smith families. Take in the splendor of this historic estate located along the scenic banks of the Chattahoochee River and enjoy tastings of classic southern dishes prepared with Georgia grown products while sounds from our state's musical talents fill the air.

Gala chairmen Teri and Mose Bond promise a night to remember as we honor preservation supporters from across the state at a fabulous party with live entertainment, a full bar and culinary edibles prepared by Atlanta’s most prominent caterers.

Proceeds will go directly to The Georgia Trust's mission to reclaim, restore and revitalize Georgia's historic places.

Reservations are $150 for members; $200 for non-members (includes membership in the Trust); $100 for guests under 40.

Dress is cocktail attire.

For more information, please contact The Georgia Trust's Special Events Department at 404.885.7812 or specialevents@georgiatrust.org.

Event is rain or shine. Tickets are non-refundable.

 

 

BECOME A PATRON OF GEORGIA IN MY MIND:

PATRON LEVELS
Patrons of The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation's annual Preservation Gala receive recognition and exposure to an influential audience of corporate, civic, and community leaders. The Georgia Trust will provide Patrons the following benefits:

$2,000 Patron Level – Cotton Kings
• Four complimentary reservations to the event
• Recognition in the event invitation, distribution approximately 5,000 households
• Recognition at the event in the program and sponsor boards
• Recognition in our quarterly publication, the Rambler, distribution approximately 2,000 households
• A private reception at the beginning of the event for sponsors and patrons
• Complimentary one-year membership in The Georgia Trust at the Presidential Circle membership level

$1,000 Patron Level – Georgia Peaches
• Two complimentary reservations to the event
• Recognition in the event invitation, distribution approximately 5,000 households
• Recognition at the event in the program and sponsor boards
• Recognition in our quarterly publication, the Rambler, distribution approximately 2,000 households
• A private reception at the beginning of the event for sponsors and patrons
• Complimentary one-year membership in The Georgia Trust at the Landmark Associate membership level

HOST COMMITTEE
Host Committee members of The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation's annual Preservation Gala receive recognition and exposure to an influential audience of corporate, civic and community leaders. The Georgia Trust will provide Host Committee members the following benefits:

Host Committee $500 – True Grits
Two complimentary reservations to the event
• Recognition in the event invitation, distribution approximately 5,000 households
• Recognition at the event in the program and sponsor boards
• Recognition in our quarterly publication, the Rambler, distribution approximately 2,000 households
• A private reception at the beginning of the event for sponsors and patrons
• Complimentary one-year membership to The Georgia Trust at the Sustaining Contributor membership level



Note: $50 of each Gala ticket purchased is not tax deductible. The remaining amount is tax deductible for charitable purposes.

 

About the Preservation Gala
The Georgia Trust’s annual Preservation Gala is a night of lively entertainment and culinary delights from Atlanta’s top caterers. Attendees enjoy fine cuisine, cocktails and music. Dress is cocktail attire.

The Georgia Trust first held a Preservation Ball in 1984 and since then it has been staged at several different venues, including the Georgia State Capitol, the Georgian Terrace Hotel, the Biltmore Ballrooms and Ivy Hall.

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