Mystery Trip Suitcase Party

03/03/2018 06:00 PM - 10:00 PM ET

Location

Malone AirCharter
855 Saint Johns Bluff Rd N
Jacksonville, FL 32225
United States
Building Number: Hangar 21

Description

A Night of Adventure Awaits!

Join us for our annual fundraiser at Malone Air Charter on March 3rd. This unique event promises an unforgettable night of prizes, mysteries, and adventure - all in the name of helping those with disabilities in our community. 

Mystery Trips: Your ticket includes a chance to be whisked away from the event for a unique dining experience by plane, yacht, or car to rejoin the party after your dinner adventure. For those camping out in the hangar for the rest of the evening, you will be treated to drinks, dinner, auctions, and the music of Jacksonville's outlaw bluegrass band, The Grass is Dead.

Auctions: Live and Silent auctions will include items and experiences such as a mountain getaway in a cabin, a private violinist for your special occasion, wheelchair art created during Abilities in Art at the Riverside Arts Market, jewelry, and other unique items from local artisans and businesses.

Mystery Wine: By popular demand, we're bringing back Mystery Wine Boxes this year! With a small donation, you receive a mystery box containing a bottle of wine valuing anywhere from twenty to hundreds of dollars!

* All event proceeds go towards benefiting people with disabilities through the ILRC *

Please contact Beth Meyer at (904) 327-6409 or BethM@theILRC.org for sponsorship information or to make an auction donation.

Thank you to our sponsors: the Independent Living Foundation, Malone AirCharter, Inc.Tom Bush Family of Dealerships, Avondale Artworks, and Let Destiny Design.

About the Independent Living Resource Center:
The ILRC has served our community since 1978. This nonprofit's mission is to empower individuals with disabilities to live independent, self-empowered lives. Last year, with the support from this event, The ILRC was able to empower 1,600 North Florida residents with disabilities in reaching their independence goals.

For more information on The ILRC, visit www.theILRC.org