PHOENIX – Suns Charities 88, a network of community leaders, will hold its annual progressive dinner, the Slam Dunk street party, presented by Trapp Corp., on Saturday, October 11 in downtown Phoenix. Registration is set for 6 p.m.
The Suns Charities 88 Slam Dunk street party will tip-off with a cocktail reception on the Suns main court at US Airways Center, then move to Central Avenue for a sit-down dinner. The event will culminate with dessert and dancing under the stars, with music provided by Michael Wesley. Individual tickets are $188 and can be purchased by visiting Suns.com/SlamDunk. Sponsorship opportunities are also available through Sarah Krahenbuhl, Director of Suns Charities, at email@example.com.
"Trapp Corp. is honored to be a corporate champion and presenting sponsor of the Suns Charities Slam Dunk street party. Our involvement with this organization strengthens Trapp Corp.’s commitment of giving back to the Phoenix community with like-minded professionals and fellow philanthropists,” said Reed Clarke, Vice President of Business Development for Trapp Corp. “We’re proud to partake in initiatives advocating education, health, and arts for Arizona youths and their families, and look forward to working closely with Suns Charities 88 in future events.”
Suns Charities 88 was created in 2012 to offer a platform for energized business professionals across the Phoenix Metroplex to network amongst their peers. This powerful group of members works collectively to give back to our community through the philanthropic power of Phoenix Suns Charities. The combined efforts of Suns Charities 88 creates a forum for networking, professional, development, philanthropy and fundraising opportunities that simultaneously creates a community minded, connected workforce across the Valley.
Suns Charities has been focused on making our community a better place since 1988. Since its inception, Phoenix Suns Charities has invested roughly $15 million in our community. The Suns philanthropic arm has enjoyed another strong year for Phoenix Suns Charities, raising more than $1.2 million for Arizona non-profits.