Lunch of a Lifetime
During this action-packed hour, we will weave together an array of Eliada stories, milestones, and successes centered on this year’s theme: Gather and Grow. Please note change of date to May 11th, 2023. All donations will go to benefit the children and youth of Eliada, now in its 120th year of helping children succeed.
Eliada relies on the generosity of our community and its businesses. If your business is looking to support Eliada, please consider purchasing a Table Sponsorship. Promote your business at Lunch of a Lifetime and digitally, and get 8 tickets to attend for a great meal and greater stories.
Purchase a Corporate Table Sponsorship here
We also love and need support from our wonderful community and everyone in it. If you would like to purchase a full table (8 tickets) or individual tickets, then please join us and bring your friends to learn more about Eliada Homes.
Purchase a Full Table (8 tickets) here
Purchase Individual tickets here
• WHY: To learn more about our mission and raise funds which will provide shelter, residential treatment, education, and life skills for children and young adults at Eliada. Helping children and teens in crisis develop the skills they need to overcome life’s obstacles and become productive adults helps ensure the future of our community. But we cannot do it without your support.
• MISSION: Helping Children Succeed
• SERVICE AREA: State of North Carolina – Eliada serves more than 500 children annually through 5 key programs that provide a place to live, education, special education, food and clothing, and intensive therapy to children who need these services. While most children are from Buncombe and surrounding counties, Eliada serves children from all corners of NC.
Thank you for helping us share Eliada’s mission with the community!
If your business would like to Sponsor Lunch of a Lifetime or our other events, please click here:
If you would like to support Eliada and our mission, please consider donating.
For further information and questions, contact Dillon Rubalcava, Advancement Services and Special Events Coordinator