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25th Anniversary Celebration & Fundraiser

Rethinking Schools is throwing a 25th Anniversary fundraiser.  Join us as we celebrate 25 years of teaching for social justice!

Saturday, October 15, 2011

5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Stonefly Brewery, 735 E Center St, in Milwaukee's Riverwest neighborhood

William Ayers, teacher, activist, award-winning education writer, and retired professor from the University of Illinois-Chicago will be our special guest and keynote speaker!

$25 per person. Entertainment, hearty appetizers, and a cash bar included.

Sponsorship Opportunities:

As a non-profit publisher, Rethinking Schools relies on subscriptions, book sales, AND donations to sustain our work and to continue inspiring educators and activists across the country.  If you have been inspired by Rethinking Schools and have the financial means, please consider sponsoring our event at one of these levels:

Silver - $100

Gold - $250

Platinum - $500 or more

Thanks to those who have already stepped forward to become a sponsor!

If you wish to become a sponsor, please make your check payable to Rethinking Schools, and mail it to:

Rethinking Schools
25th Anniversary Sponsorship
1001 E. Keefe Ave.
Milwaukee, WI  53212

If you have questions about the event, or about sponsorship levels or incentives, or would like to sponsor via credit card, please contact our office at 414-964-9646 or Anniversary@RethinkingSchools.org.

 

Can't Attend?  Host a House Party!

If you can't make it to our party in Milwaukee, consider hosting a house party in your hometown for Rethinking Schools.  It's easy! 

After you e-mail Kris to let us know you're hosting a party, she'll send you a stack of magazines and other materials to hand out at your party. Then, all you have to do is remember these 6 P's:

  1. Personally invite your friends
  2. Clean your pad (optional)
  3. Provide snacks and drinks
  4. Make the pitch.  Simply describe to your friends why Rethinking Schools is important to you, and why you think your friends should support us.
  5. Pass the hat.
  6. Party on.

It's as easy as that!  If you need more information or advice about hosting a house party, contact Karen Shain, who will be happy to share her tips and tricks with you.