SPARKLE, SHIMMER & SHINE
Honoring Bruce G. Higley
Chairman, The Albert M. Higley Company
November 8, 2014
Intercontinental Hotel and Conference
Cocktails, Hors d'oeuvres and Silent Auction
Silent Auction will be conducted by mobile bidding
Bring your cell phone!
Live Auction and Dinner
Tribute to Bruce G. Higley
Fund Achievement Auction
Silent auctions and Raffles will close approximately 20 minutes after the conclusion of the program.
On November 8, 2014, at our Sparkle, Shimmer & Shine gala, we will proudly honor Bruce G. Higley, Chairman of The Albert M. Higley Company, for his long-time support and heartfelt commitment to the Achievement Centers for Children. One of Cleveland’s most respected and enjoyable charity galas, and the Achievement Centers’ largest fundraising event, Sparkle, Shimmer & Shine 2014 is presented by Key Bank.
For 75 years, the Achievement Centers for Children has been fulfilling their mission to enable and empower children with disabilities and their families to grow, learn, play and prepare for lifelong achievement in society. We provide comprehensive and family-centered services for children and individuals with a wide range of disabilities in schools, child care centers, homes and at the Achievement Centers’ three locations in Highland Hills, Westlake and Camp Cheerful in Strongsville. Through therapy, recreation and adapted sports, autism services, family support and education, the Achievement Centers serves thousands of children with disabilities and their families annually.
In addition to being a memorable evening for guests, Sparkle, Shimmer & Shine generates significant revenue for the Achievement Centers for Children. Over 80% of the event’s proceeds go directly to the programs and services of the Achievement Centers. In 2013, the event raised over $540,000 and was attended by over 500 business, community and civic leaders.