Providence Departs from Typical High Profile Fundraiser to Get Intimate with Stories that Unite, Excite and Foster Community
Providence, a Santa Barbara Christian School invites their supporters to celebrate the school theme, ONE, by sharing an evening of ONEderful stories. More than 275 people will gather at Elings Park Singleton Pavilion on Thursday, October 6 for a ONEderful Night. The evening includes dinner and stories from alumni, board members, faculty, donors and parents all telling how Providence impacts their life and why it matters.
“There’s energy on our campus this year,” says Head of School Dr. Scott Lisea. “We’re feeling it at all levels, from our students to our faculty and staff, to our parent community and beyond. I couldn’t be more thankful. As a school we want to positively impact not only each other, but also our greater community. ONEderful Night is our opportunity to remind each other why all of this matters.”
Board member Kathy Ireland and her husband Dr. Greg Olsen, along with other Providence board and community members, will enjoy dinner and conversation as they hear Lalo Vital, Pastor of Reality Carpinteria and one of the featured speakers, share his Providence story. The goal of the evening is to unite around a common theme while advancing the school’s mission and vision. Guests are encouraged to bring blankets and beach chairs and dress casually for this intimate evening of stories and conversation on the lawn.
When: Thursday, October 6, 2016 – 6:15 pm
Where: Elings Park, Singleton Pavilion
Why: An evening of ONEderful stories centered around ONE theme: Why Providence?
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Providence is a Christian, college preparatory school serving Preschool – Grade 12. Providence was born out of a 2013 merger between Providence Hall and Santa Barbara Christian School and currently has both a Lower School and an Upper School campus in Santa Barbara.