May 06 | 6:30 pm to 11:00 pm
This event has already taken place. Please join us for the 2017 Hats and Horses on Friday, May 5, 2017.
Break out the Mint Juleps, bow ties and big hats! Let's celebrate, Kentucky style! Please join us for an evening to remember, benefitting Kennedy Krieger Institute. Guests will dine on expertly prepared cuisine and specialty cocktails, while enjoying live entertainment. Surprises await! Come and get down and derby with us!
All proceeds from Hats & Horses will be used to purchase much-needed vans for Kennedy Krieger School Programs, which provide students with disabilities the education and skills training necessary to go on to have independent adulthoods.
Sponsorship opportunities are currently available for purchase. Individual ticket sales will start in February 2016. Tables seat ten.
To be added to the mailing list to be notified when event tickets go on sale, please email WIN@KennedyKrieger.org
About Kennedy Krieger Institute
Since it's establishment in 1937, Kennedy Krieger Institute has become an international leader in the delivery of patient care, research, special education, community, and training programs that benefit children and young adults with brain-related disorders and injuries. Annually, the Institute treats more than 20,000 children whose diagnoses include autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, spina bifida, traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries, and a host of other disorders ranging from mild to severe. Services and facilities include a 70-bed hospital, outpatient clinics, schools for children with complex disabilities, and community-based programs.
About The Women's Initiative Network
The Women's Initiative Network (WIN) is a volunteer organization dedicated to raising awareness and resources for Kennedy Krieger Institute by promoting and facilitating volunteerism that assists families who use the Institute. WIN acknowledges and responds to the basic needs, whether it's finding tickets to a ball game or simply supplying a welcome bag for each new family who comes to stay as an inpatient at the Institute, so more energy can be focused on hugs and healing.