March Madness 2014 kicks off in style this year with the Party for Peace on March 20 at 6:00 pm in Washington, DC. Participants will be able to enjoy the first round of the NCAA men's basketball tournament while supporting Peace Players International and their mission to use basketball as a tool to create peace around the world.
Capitale, located at 1301 K Street Northwest, D.C., is the place to be for a night of fun and excitement. Attendees will be treated to a full open bar, appetizers from Hill Country BBQ, a special NCAA square competition, and a chance to win prizes in the silent auction.
Auction Items include, 4 first row-third base Nationals tickets, 4 Nationals Presidents Club tickets, gift card to Reformation Fitness, tickets to Hardball, tickets to Meet the Press, Design Consultation from a Landscape Architect complete with drawings plans, round of golf for two at Columbia and a meal in the Member's Grill, 2 first row-third base Orioles Tickets, a week of Headfirst Camp, DC United Fan Package, The Ron Burgundy 'Anchorman' Package with NBC4, 2 VIP tickets to Willie Nelson, Alison Krauss and Union Station with Kacey Musgrave including VIP Deck Passes and VIP Parking, a week at a beautiful Florida Home, foursome/dinner and range balls for four at the 1757 Golf Club, Kid's Birthday Party at American University Basketball, 2 tickets to Late Night with David Letterman plus more.
Come on out and change the life of a child. Help Peace Players International achieve its mission to unite, educate and inspire young people living in divided communities around the world. Each $250 in proceeds allows a young boy or girl to enroll in a year-round Peace Players program.
Peace Players International is a nonprofit organization which uses basketball to unite, educate, and inspire young people living in divided communities and refocuses their mindset towards peacebuilding. Through year-round programs in South Africa, Northern Ireland, Israel/West Bank, and Cyprus, Peace Players have been able to reach over than 55,000 young people since 2001..
Local coaches are trained to help children through the process of relationship-building in which they begin to trust “the other.” The curriculum uses fun basketball activities to teach children concrete ways to transcend conflict.
For ticket info visit partyforpeace.splashthat.com. For questions about the event, call 202-408-5111, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about Peace Players International, visit the website www.peaceplayersintl.org.