Looking to sponsor events? Learn more about how SponsorPitch helps brands and agencies buy sponsorships!
View Site

A Night in Black & White



Do you work here?
Property Summary
On April 12, 2014, Providence College will host the fifth annual A Night in Black & White, the College's signature fundraiser, at the Boston Marriott Copley Place in Boston, MA. Proceeds from the event benefit PC's Annul Fund, the PC Fund, which allows the College to expand programs and opportunities for students while offering increased financial aid. Contributions go to work immediately to provide unparalleled student experiences both inside and outside the classroom. We hope you and your company will help us address those needs by sponsoring A Night in Black & White. Your philanthropic leadership, along with our many corporate partners, alumni, parents, and friends, will make PC an even better place, not only for today's students, but for generations to come. The evening will feature gourmet food and wine, and exciting live and silent auctions to benefit the PC Fund and the Angel Fund, which provides emergency financial aid to students and families who have unexpected financial hardship. To be recognized in event print materials, gifts must be committed and/or received by March 21, 2014. Please do not hesitate to call Cate Latz, assistant director of corporate/foundation relations and constituent engagement, at 401-865-2905 with any questions.
If you currently work at this organization, click the “Do you work here?” button to request editing privileges.
This SponsorPitch page is about A Night in Black & White and contains information about this organization's sponsorship activity, sponsorship decision makers and sponsorship preferences. This page is not endorsed by or affiliated with A Night in Black & White, though it may be actively managed and updated by company representatives. If you currently work at this organization, click the Manage Sponsor button to request management privileges. All trademarks, service marks and copyrights are property of their respective owners.