2021 AFAS Charity Ball
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It's time for the annual Air Force Aid Society’s Charity Ball. In this episode of Airmen Helping Airmen,  Diane Rauch, the 2021 charity ball committee chairmen, gives us information on what it takes to put on this event and why it's important.

The United States Air Force Charity Ball is Saturday March 20th, 2021

 

The deadline for admission tickets is March 15 2021. Those tickets are available at airforcecharityball.org, while there check out this year's Silent auction catalog. 

 

The auction will be held online, similar to last year. It will be updated frequently as items are received. Pick up is available in the National Capital Region and limited shipping is available. You’ll be able to bid on items like a Washington Nationals signed Baseball, Wine tastings, and a whole lot more. 

 

Big thank you to the 2021 Charity ball Corporate sponsors, the Spouses’ Clubs and Thrift Shops for their Support for the 2021 Ball

 

As a reminder This years 2021 charity ball is virtual:

 

-VIP Reception

Begins at 5:30 pm (EST). March 20 2021

 

-General Attendance Reception

Begins at 5:30 pm (EST). March 20 2021

 

-The Main Event program will begin at 6:30 pm (EST). March 20 2021

 

- Logging into the event

Links for the virtual receptions and main event will be emailed prior to the event to the email address you provided at registration.

 

If you are new to the Airmen Helping Airmen series, we break down the who, what, and why of the Air Force Aid Society (AFAS).  

#AFAS is an official charity of the United States Air Force and operates as a nonprofit organization. 

Through its three Programs they support the Air Force mission by providing worldwide emergency assistance to Air Force members and their families, sponsoring education assistance programs, and offering a variety of base community enhancement programs that impact member and family welfare.

#AFAS operates worldwide at every major USAF installation. The Society’s programs to provide relief loans and grants are administered, in part, by the USAF Airman and Family Readiness Centers located at those bases.

We are grateful for your continued partnership in support of our Airmen.

Are you interested in donating to the Air Force Aid Society?

For more information on how to donate, please visit us at www.AFAS.org

If you would like to make an impact on Airmen and their families lives, click on the link 

https://bit.ly/2Z1pPWu and find out ways you can donate

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