Passion for Independence hosted by the Independent Living Resource Center
Independent Living Resource Center hosts its first fundraising event in support of promoting independent living and full access for individuals with disabilities through advocacy, education, and action in our communities.
Location, Date: – Non-profit service provider, Independent Living Resource Center invites our neighbors in Ventura, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo to attend their first annual fundraising dinner, “Passion for Independence” on Saturday, October 19, 2019, at the historic Santa Barbara Club. Please register online at www.ilrc-trico.org.
ILRC’s “Passion for Independence”, will be raising money to address the unmet needs of local individuals with disabilities on a quest to live their best lives. ILRC provides resources, assistance, and targeted programs to help with all the details of independence such as; affordable/accessible housing, benefits, transportation, personal assistance, assistive technology, and true peer support.
The event starts at 5:00 PM, with a cocktail hour followed by dinner and fundraising activities to raise money for the addition of needed ILRC services. The Emcee for the evening is Santa Barbara Foundation’s 2018 Man of the Year, Ernesto Paredes, Executive Director of Easy Lift.
Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are now available for the event.
“After 42 years, this is our first time hosting a fundraiser! We are so excited to expand existing and create new relationships to benefit individuals with disabilities in our area. ILRC is ready to move from our community’s best-kept secret to the place individuals with disabilities go to seek the equity and independence they deserve!”
For more information to become a sponsor, attend the event or donate, please visit www.ilrc-trico.org.
About Independent Living Resource Center
ILRC is a disability service and advocacy non-profit organization that has been headquartered in Santa Barbara for the last 42 years with offices throughout the tri-counties. They work with individuals experiencing all disabilities, of all ages, and income levels to achieve their independence goals with an overarching lifework of keeping individuals with disabilities from being isolated. The mission of the Independent Living Resource Center, Inc. (ILRC) is to promote independent living and full access for individuals with disabilities through advocacy, education, and action in our communities.