A men’s fundraising campaign for the Aurora Foundation
Men stand with Aurora to make a difference in our communities.
2016 marked the first year that male community leaders joined together to raise funds in support of the Aurora Foundation. Men have supported the Aurora Foundation from the start, but through this campaign, male community leaders raised funds together to contribute to the Foundation’s work toward unlocking the potential of women and girls in the Greater Hartford region.Thanks to the hard work of the Host Committee, the first annual Men’s Campaign raised over $20,000!
This year’s campaign, led by Co-Chairs Lee Hoffman and Joel Rottner, aims to raise $25,000 through minimum gifts of 100 dollars from 100 men in 100 days! Through your participation in this campaign, you will become a partner in supporting Aurora’s efforts to educate, engage, and empower the community to address issues facing women and girls in Greater Hartford. Your help WILL make a difference!
Stand with men in your community and join us!
SAVE THE DATE AND JOIN US
100 MEN’S CAMPAIGN KICK-OFF BREAKFAST
Wednesday, September 26, 7:30a.m. (location TBD)
Featuring Hall of Fame Coach Jim Calhoun
Hall of Fame Head Coach Jim Calhoun has established himself as perhaps the greatest program builder in college basketball history. Named head coach of basketball at the University of Connecticut in 1996, he completed his 26th season and his 40th year as a collegiate head coach in 2011-12. Calhoun led the Huskies to the 2011 NCAA National Championship and became only the fifth coach in NCAA history to win three national titles. While still an active coach, Calhoun earned the highest honor, election into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as a member of the Class of 2005. In 2006vhe was also inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame as a member of its founding class.
Stay tuned for more information to come about this event. Want to be sure to get an invite? Email Laurie@aurorafoundation.org to be added to the mailing list.