Twin Cedars hosts a signature event in Macon, Columbus, and LaGrange. When we host an event, we are not only raising funds to support our programs, but strengthening relationships with you, our supporters. Each event is unique in design and execution.
Behind the Mask
Behind the Mask is a celebration of Mardi Gras, held at the DelAvant Event Center in downtown LaGrange. The event benefits a number of our LaGrange programs. Over 280 of our closest friends come out to partake of the best of Mardi Gras. With a New Orleans style buffet served by C’Sons and a band that could have stepped right off Bourbon Street, our attendees simply don’t want to leave at the end of the evening. Our events coordinator can be heard saying “Now there, this is LaGrange. You have to go home by midnight, or we all turn into pumpkins!” The date for this year is February 1, 2020. Our reigning King and Queen of Mask are Mike Angstadt and Katie Massey. This event is a sellout every year, so buy early!Vote for Candidates Sponsorship, Table, & Ticket Sales
Red Shoe Party - Chattahoochee CASA
On April 25, 2020, The Red Shoe Party is back and bigger and better than before! Chattahoochee CASA is proud to present the 2nd Annual “The Red Shoe Party,” a fundraising event themed around Dorothy’s ruby red slippers in the Wizard of Oz with the slogan, “There’s No Place like Home.” For the children in foster care in our community, this could not be more true. As they are removed from their homes due to abuse or neglect, it is CASA’s mission to help them reach permanency in a safe, stable home as quickly as possible. This event is designed to be a party with a purpose helping to raise money and awareness for Chattahoochee CASA so that our community volunteers have the training and support to continue advocating for our most vulnerable citizens. Dust off your red shoes and join the party!Sponsorship Sales
Child Abuse Awareness Month
You are invited to the ninth annual Child Abuse Awareness Ceremony on April 17th at 10 am at the Coleman Center (701 Lincoln Street in LaGrange). Our key note speaker will be Alan Cook, Director of Prosecutorial Clinic Program at the University of Georgia School of Law and published author on domestic violence and child abuse cases. We are looking forward to hearing his story!
Dinner in the Orchard
Break out the big hats & bow ties! May 4, 2019 marks the seventh annual Dinner in the Orchard, and this year we are bringing back our Kentucky Derby theme. Join us in our beautiful Pecan Orchard for a Kentucky Derby Viewing Party followed by a five course farm-to-table dinner with wine pairings, featuring the best locally-sourced ingredients. All proceeds will benefit the Georgia Industrial Children’s Home. Hors d’oeuvres and Derby Cocktails at 5:30 pm and dinner will follow the Derby at 7:15 pm.
Our Children Our Future Gala
Join us for our first annual Our Children, Our Future Gala benefiting Safe Families for Children, a program that partners with the church to temporarily care for at-risk children. We’re excited to welcome our guest speaker this year, Christian comedian Mike Williams! We know this event will be a blast and are looking forward to partnering with our community to support this program. The Our Children, Our Future Gala will be September 23rd at 6:30pm at the Del’avant in LaGrange.
Dinner in the Garden
The Anne Elizabeth Shepherd Home has long been a symbol of hope in our community. It is a place where young ladies who have suffered sexual, physical and emotional trauma can come to heal. Our residential program provides life skills and therapeutic services for female residents who desperately need an environment which allows them this opportunity to receive educational, emotional, and daily living support.
It is with much excitement that we have begun preparations for the fourth annual Dinner in the Garden. This year, our committee has chosen to return to Columbus Botanical Gardens as our backdrop for this exciting event scheduled for October 19, 2019 at 6:30PM. Dinner in the Garden represents the collaboration of Chef Bryant Walker with farmers from around the region to bring one night of creative culinary excellence to Columbus.
We can assure you that October 19th will be a night to remember. With your support, we will be successful in providing for the critical needs of our residents who come to Anne Elizabeth Shepherd Home to heal and improve the quality of their lives.
Get ready, friends! Before children arrive at Twin Cedars, they have often experienced the worst that life has to offer, being victimized or traumatized in ways that no child deserves.They need you!
On December 3rd, you can help one child’s tomorrow be better than their yesterday. Giving Tuesday kicks off our Twin Cedars Holiday Campaign. Our goal is $25,000. Will you help a child?
Twelfth Night 2020
On Saturday, January 4th, 2020, please join us at Wild Leap Brewing Co. from 6:00-8:00p.m. for our Twelfth Night Celebration! This event will kick off the campaigning season for our 2020 Behind the Mask King and Queen candidates. Come and show your support for your favorite candidate and enjoy the best craft brews around! Admission will be $20, which counts as votes for your favorite candidate, and includes 2 drink tickets. Heavy hors de’oeuvres will be served.
Third Party Events
Third party events are a great way to partner with our community. A few of our third party events include:
- Batson-Cook Construction’s Clays for a Cause
- Dancing with the Stars of East Alabama
- Hudson Family Foundation’s An Evening with Jeff Foxworthy
We are always happy to develop new partners who would like to host an event to benefit Twin Cedars. If you would like to discuss opportunities, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.