Forever Young Senior Wish Annual "Dreamgivers Gala"



Forever Young Senior Wish, a 501 (c)(3) Public Charitable Organization based in Memphis, invites you to its 4th Annual Dreamgivers Gala on Saturday, August 3rd, at the Memphis Hilton. This fundraising event helps raise money to send veterans, 65 years-and-older, on trips to Washington D.C., Pearl Harbor, and Europe as a chance to see their monuments and memorials, heal, and realize that peace has been restored thanks to their courageous efforts during the war.  

The festivites at the gala include a silent auction, live auction, live entertainment from The Nite Life Band, dinner, dancing, and fun with The Greatest Generation and their loved ones. 

For more information about Forever Young visit foreveryoungseniorwish.org and to register for a ticket or table at the gala click here.

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