Volunteering started to become a passion of mine after my sorority in college (GoAChiO!) encouraged (aka required) us to be upstanding citizens in our community. There is no greater feeling than giving back. So after a few years In Denver, realizing that we were here to stay, I got involved with our local American Cancer Society office. They needed some marketing help with their annual gala, Champions of Hope. I started last year with a Moulin Rouge themed ball, and this year it was all about the Butterfly.
When we started brainstorming this year's theme, the Committee Chair requested something bright and energetic with pops of color. I came up with a paint splatter theme to incorporate the broad color palatte requested, and still tie in to the ACS logo.
In addition to the invitation seen above, I was asked to put together a sponsorship packet to pass out to potential donors. Included in the booklet was a fun infographic full of ACS facts which I turned in to a scientific diagram on the butterfly.
Here is a little slideshow of some candid shots from the evening. I was honored to play a part in the fight against cancer in my community!