Women's Guild Spring Benefit

Preparations are underway for the 2020 Women’s Guild Spring Benefit, which will take place Thursday, May 14, at The Country Club in Pepper Pike. This year's theme is “A Night in Tuscany.” We are currently accepting nominations for the Alice Paulus Award, as well as seeking donations for our silent auction and businesses interested in becoming Corporate Sponsors. Please see below for more information. 

ALICE PAULUS AWARD NOMINATIONS

This award was established by the Gesu Women's Guild in honor of Alice Paulus, recognizing her commitment to her faith and her long-standing dedication and service to the spiritual, charitable, and social service needs of Gesu Parish. The Alice Paulus Award is presented annually by the Women's Guild to recognize a woman who exemplifies Alice's willingness to serve Gesu Parish and who reflects her spirit of volunteerism. Please consider nominating a woman who you believe deserves this special recognition. Please include your nominee's name and why you believe she is deserving of the Alice Paulus Award. Nominations must be made in writing and received by March 15th.  Please submit nominations to the Women's Guild mailbox in the Church office or e-mail them to Jane Vogelsberger.

DONATIONS NEEDED FOR SILENT AUCTION

Please consider donating to our Silent Auction. We are looking for tickets to Cleveland's professional sporting events, vacation rentals, tickets to the arts, gift certificates, artwork and Italian inspired items to support our theme (“A Night in Tuscany”). For questions, please e-mail Nancy Gerome or Amy Sorensen

CORPORATE SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Consider becoming a corporate sponsor for our event! Donating to the 2020 Gesu Women's Guild Spring Benefit allows you to market your business to a wide audience, all while giving back to Gesu. A tax-deductible contribution of $100 will allow us to print your business card in our event bulletin and contributions of higher amounts grant you corporate sponsorship status and opportunities for even greater acknowledgement. For more information, please contact Kara Moore or Jane Vogelsberger