An afternoon to learn about the work and successes of the
past year of CARE House of Oakland County, which protects and advocates for the abused and neglected children of Oakland County.
John Walsh, well-known host of America’s Most Wanted, author and victim’s rights advocate, will provide the keynote address. Through his activism and philanthropy, Walsh changed the way Americans engage in the process of criminal justice.
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder will also be in attendance and address the crowd as the luncheon’s honored guest and recognize several police officers for their exemplary work in the protection and safety of children.
All funds raised from the luncheon, as well as a separate Preview Party to be held the previous evening (Jan. 28), will benefit CARE House of Oakland County and aid in continuing its mission.
Lunch Only - $175.00
1 Patron ticket to the Luncheon
I’m In for It All! - $275.00
1 ticket to the Jan. 28 Preview Party and 1 Patron ticket to the Luncheon
Be My Guest Preview - $375.00
2 tickets to the Jan. 28 Preview Party and 1 Patron ticket to the Luncheon
Be My Guest - $550.00
2 tickets to the Jan. 28 Preview Party and 2 Patron tickets to the Luncheon
Tickets can be purchased by calling (248) 332-7173
CARE House of Oakland County is a leading resource in the prevention of child abuse and neglect, and the protection of children through advocacy, education, intervention, research and treatment, in collaboration with the community. Serving tens of thousands of families since its founding in 1977, CARE House of Oakland County does not charge children and families for its services.