Cleveland, OH, November 08, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Effective Leadership Academy (ELA) is excited to announce its annual fundraising event Alley Rally is back and better than ever, scheduled for November 17, 2019 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Spins Bowl - Independence. This event brings together more than 200 ELA alumni, parents, and corporate partners for a fun night of games, food, and celebration. The goal of the event is to raise $30,000 for the ELA Scholarship Fund.
From past contributions, ELA’s presence in the community has strengthened, touching thousands of young people across Northeast Ohio. ELA, in its 11th year of operation, has served more than 25,000 students and partnered with more than 150 schools and community organizations.
At this year’s Alley Rally, ELA will honor its 2019 Community Partner of the Year, Vickie Eaton Johnson, Senior Director of Community & Economics Development for Cleveland Clinic. Johnson will join the list of ELA’s past honorees including Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) CEO Eric Gordon, CMSD Closing the Achievement Gap Director George Golden, and Nordson Corporation Foundation Executive Director Cecilia Render.
The afternoon will be filled with entertainment as attendees will have the opportunity to enjoy unlimited bowling, laser tag, an all-you-can-eat buffet, great silent auction items to win, a wine pull, awards, recognitions, guest speakers, and more.
Tickets to the family-friendly event and sponsorship opportunities are now available. Becoming a 2019 Alley Rally sponsor provides ELA’s essential leadership and social emotional success training to school districts across Ohio, increasing our student reach as well as regional expansion. The sponsorship deadline is Tuesday, November 12, 2019.
Tickets and sponsorships can be purchased through the ELA website by visiting effectivela.org/2019alleyrally. For more information, contact Director of Operations Heather Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 216.292.8775.
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ELA’s mission is to help young people develop their most valuable asset – themselves. ELA programs are focused on leadership and social-emotional success skills, highlighting the importance of keeping an open mind, thinking outside the box, embracing change, and developing a personal code of ethics. ELA’s goal is to provide a transformational experience to inspire youth to become the pilots of their own lives. ELA has 20,000+ student alumni and more than 150 school and community partners. effectivela.org