2020 Virtual Gala · Un Air de Provence

2020 Virtual Gala · Un Air de Provence


Friday, November 13 at 6:00–7:00 p.m.
Free Admission
Virtual Event


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The Woman’s Board is hosting its biennial gala to raise funds for education, inner-city high school language, immersion programs, and cultural offerings at the Alliance, the place where French happens in Chicago. Pour a glass of rosé and be virtually transported to Provence on November 13th to benefit the Alliance and celebrate 25 years of fundraising impact by the Woman’s Board.

Honoring

Libby HornFounding Woman’s Board President

Recognized for forming the Woman's Board, bringing talented and powerful women together to raise funds in support of the Alliance mission, and her lasting contributions for 25 years. 

Co-Chairs

Camille Grand-Dewyse and Julianne Migely

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Virtual Gala | 6:00-7:00 pm

Help Support the Alliance | Un Air de Provence Support Levels

Host Committee $25,000 | Patron $10,000 | Supporter $6,500

Benefactor $15,000 | Contributor $2,500 | Woman's Board Supporter $1,400

 

Un Grand Merci to Current Host Committee Supporters 

Virginia and Norman Bobins | The Robert Thomas Bobins Foundation

Alessandra Branca and Steven Uihlein 

Solange and William Brown

Laurie Cherbonnier and Chris Nielson

Cheryl and Hill Hammock

Jenni and John Holmes | AAR Corp

Libby and David Horn

Mr. and Mrs. R. Stanley Johnson

Kay and Fred Krehbiel

Janis Wellin Notz

Cheryl Sandner and Bill Abromitis | The Sandner Group

Liz Stiffel


2020 Gala Support

For more information about 2020 Virtual Gala support, please contact Lauren Esula, Development Coordinator, at lesula@af‑chicago.org


2020 Gala and Coronavirus Response

The Alliance Française de Chicago takes the health and safety of students, members, guests, donors and staff as our highest priority. We are closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and as a result, have rescheduled the Woman's Board Un Air de Provence Gala to November 13, 2020 as a virtual event in line with the Restore Illinois plan, and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)World Health Organization (WHO), and the City of Chicago Department of Public Health.