April 10, 2014
Dear friends, colleagues, & family,
We hope you’ll consider joining us to acknowledge remarkable girls with and without disabilities at A Princess Party on June 20 in the Grosse Pointe War Memorial’s Crystal Ballroom in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan.
The event will be co-hosted by A Princess Party, LLC and National AMBUCS™, Inc. Ambucs is a non-profit service organization consisting of a diverse group of men and women who are dedicated to working with occupational therapists and other healthcare professionals to foster mobility and independence for people with disabilities. We couldn’t be more excited to have Ambucs lend their years of experience to manage the event’s budget, document cash and in-kind contributions, and assist with other important aspects of the party planning. Mr. Jack Bellware, Ambucs National President.
We have had numerous groups and individuals offer their time and talents to help make the event a success; for example, the event will feature dancing to the musical stylings of professional DJ, Mr. Nabile Ansara; delicious desserts from Josef’s Bakery; complementary keepsake photographs taken by a professional photographer, Mr. Phillip Mabarak; theatrical entertainment by Leo Babcock and members of The Renaissance Festival; awards given to each of the girls by a local celebrity, and much more! Please see the informational flyer included with this message for more information.
If you know a special princess with or without a disability that would like to attend the hottest Princess Party around, please contact us: Joseph Pellerito Jr. by phone at 313.643.7925 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org or Michelle Lent at email@example.com.
Finally, please consider helping us make this year’s event a royal celebration of our princesses’ bravery, beauty, and brilliance by volunteering your time and talent, becoming a Princess Pal by sponsoring a little princess for just $50, nominating princesses or sponsors or both, or making a cash donation at one of the following five sponsorship levels: King or Queen: $1000-5000; Prince or Princess: $500-1000; Duke: $250-500; Knight: $100-250; and Herald: $5 -100. And one-hundred percent of the funds raised and in-kind gifts received will go to support our efforts to make this annual event possible for so many deserving girls of all ages, disabilities, and abilities.
In the meantime we will continue to clean the castle, polish our armor, ready the trumpets, and lower the drawbridge in anticipation of A Princess Party 2014!
Joseph Pellerito Jr.
Event Chairman & Founder