2019 Annual Charity Fundraiser

Big 80s Hangar Party -RCHR Annual Charity Fundraiser

Have a BIG time and Make a BIG Difference in Hampton Roads!

Big Hair, Slap Bracelets, and Top Gun... Join us for a 1980s Hangar Party and Make a BIG Difference in Hampton Roads

Saturday, April 6, 2019 5:45 PM

Military Aviation Museum, Virginia Beach, VA

Guest Keynote Speaker

Rear Admiral Frederick L. "Bad Fred" Lewis, USN (Ret.)

Dinner & Dance Party:
Check-in begins at 5:15 p.m. Dinner & Dance begins at 5:45 PM featuring naval aviation keynote speaker Rear Admiral Frederick l. "Bad Fred" Lewis, USN( Ret.)
Individual Tickets $100
Reserved Table for 8 guests for dinner and dance + two bottles of wine $650 
Big 80s Dance Only
Dance begins at 7:30 PM featuring Snackbar Jones
Individual Tickets $35
$200 Dance Party Only Reserve Table for 8 + 2 bottles of wine 
Prices increase on March 20
Returning for the second year... the BIG reverse raffle for a chance to win $5,000! A maximum of 500 total tickets will be sold. The buyer of an event ticket purchases entry for one to the event and one chance to win $5,000. The reverse raffle will occur at the event.
Tickets are $75 for raffle ticket only, no admission to event, but can have a proxy play for you if your number is drawn!
Add a chance to win $5,000 with your reserved table seat for $50/ticket... only available with reserved table!
Dance & Raffle Ticket $100 ($10 off Dance only Ticket)
Dance, Dinner, & Raffle Ticket $150 ($25 off Dance and Dinner Ticket)
Make it a night to remember and bring some friends for BIG fun while making a BIG difference in our community!
Can't make it to the party? Sponsor The Rotary Club of Hampton Roads Annual Charity Fundraiser: Go HERE for Sponsorship Opportunities.

The 2019 Charities that will be supported by the event are:

Connect with a Wish
  • Connect with a Wish provides the resources and support needed to give children in Virginia Beach foster care the opportunity to grow into positive and productive members of the community.
Edmarc Hospice for Children
  • Emarc Hospice for Children eases the trauma of children’s illness or death, and reduces the disabling effects of pediatric illness, loss, and bereavement on families in the Hampton Roads Area.
Lee’s Friends
  • Lee’s Friends is a support program for cancer patients and their families located in the Hampton Roads area. Lee’s Friends offers person to person help and emotional and practical support to cancer patients, as well as their families.
St. Mary’s Home for Disabled Children
  • St. Mary’s Home for Disabled Children provides quality, specialized care within a homelike environment for children and adults with severe disabilities so that each person can achieve their potential.
Virginia Veteran and Family Support Program
  • Virginia Veteran and Family Support Program enhances the quality of life for Virginia’s veterans, servicemembers, and their families by providing outreach, connection, and support to veterans, as well as their families, as they experience the challenges of military service, transition, deployments, post traumatic stress or other behavioral health concerns, traumatic brain injuries, and physical injuries.
Rotary Club of Hampton Roads’ Core Charities
  • Landstown High School STEM Academy – This academy provides rigorous advanced academic 4-year plans of study for students in the high-demand fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
  • Kempsville High School Leadership Program – This program is a three-day event designed to encourage students to be leaders by building leadership skills and attributes.  
  • Norfolk Public Schools Dictionary Distribution Project – This project provides dictionaries to over 400 third grade students in four Norfolk Public Schools.
  • David Mulvey Memorial Star Reading Program – This program provides second grade students of Rosemont Elementary with in-school tutoring to improve the students’ reading skills.
  • Rotary Club of Hampton Roads Board of Directors’ Emergency Response Fund – This fund provides opportunities for the club to respond quickly to local, national, and international causes, such as natural disasters.
  • The Rotary Foundation – This foundation aims to achieve world understanding and peace through humanitarian, educational, and cultural programs.
  • Rotary Club of Hampton Roads Donor Advised Fund – This fund is the club’s endowment program with the goal of creating an annuity fund that can support future charitable projects.      
For more details, contact rchrevents@gmail.com.