9th Annual Constitutional Champions Gala

  • April 27, 2016
  • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

9th Annual

 

Constitutional Champions Gala


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Join us for lunch on April 27, 2016 as The Constitution Project (TCP) hosts its 9th Annual Constitutional Champions Gala. This event will honor individuals who have, in the face of adversity, fought to defend our nation’s Constitution and the rights it guarantees.

This year, TCP will honor Senator Dianne Feinstein, syndicated columnist George Will, and Representative Don Edwards (posthumously).

For past Constitutional Champions, click here.


 

When:
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
12:00pm – 2:00pm
Where:
The law offices of Jones Day
300 New Jersey Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20001

 

Ticket Information
  • $75: Young Professionals Discount – reserved for young professionals who have been practicing five years or less
  • $100: Public Interest – reserved for students and public policy advocates
  • $200: Individual Tickets
  • $1,000: Benefactor – 2 tickets and recognition in the program
  • $2,500: Supporter – 5 tickets and recognition in the program
  • $5,000: Advocate – 8 tickets and special recognition in the program, logo/name on all event signage
  • $10,000: Defender – 10 tickets, half-page ad in program, logo/name on all event signage, special recognition from the podium
  • $25,000: Protector – 10 tickets, full-page ad in program, logo/name on all event signage, special recognition from the podium and photograph with honorees
Program Advertising
  • $750 – Half-page ad
  • $1,500 – Full-page ad
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Or send a check to The Constitution Project at 1200 18th Street NW, Suite 1000, Washington, DC 20036. For questions about tickets or sponsorship information, please contact Brian Yourish, Director of Administration, at byourish@constitutionproject.org or 202-580-6924.

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