Save the Date: November 1, 2019
At the Chicago Cultural Center. More details coming soon!
Thank you for an amazing 2018 Evening2Inspire!
What a wonderful night! We ate, we drank, and we celebrated, but most importantly we got inspired by the amazing accomplishments of Dare2tri athletes. Thank you to those who joined us at the 2018 Evening2Inspire. You all made it an incredible night. We’re excited about what’s next for the Dare2tri community.
Thank you to Mayor Rahm Emanuel for attending the event and accepting his award. We’re grateful for his commitment to creating equal opportunities for people with physical disabilities.
At Dare2tri, we believe that by being active, athletes build confidence, autonomy, and self-worth that carries over to all aspects of their lives. We empower athletes to believe they can do anything they set their mind to. Be your own champion!
Sponsorship Opportunities Available!
We are seeking sponsors to support this inspiring event that will celebrate all Dare2tri athletes as well as our critical team of volunteers, sponsors, donors, and friends.
Sponsors receive national exposure through Dare2tri's outreach efforts. Sponsorship opportunities exist at a variety of levels for both individuals and corporations. Benefits vary based on sponsorship level and may include marketing opportunities such as recognition on the invitation, signage, and in electronic communications, tickets to the event, and more.
Questions about sponsorship? Contact Sandy Jocoy.
Chicago Cultural Center, Preston Bradley Hall
78 E Washington St, Chicago, IL 60602
The Chicago Cultural Center was completed in 1897 as Chicago’s first central public library. In 1991, the building was established as the Chicago Cultural Center by the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, the nation's first and most comprehensive free municipal cultural venue.
The building is home to two magnificent stained-glass domes. Evening2Inspire will take place in the Preston Bradley Hall where the largest glass Tiffany dome ― 38 feet in diameter with some 30,000 pieces of glass ― hovers high overhead.