Beaumont Health Foundation: The Red Tie Hour event
The Red Tie Hour logo

The Red Tie Hour

Date: November 19 | Time: 5 p.m.-6 p.m.

Benefitting Beaumont’s Center for Exceptional Families


Red Tie Hour Supporting Beaumont’s Center for Exceptional Families

Get ready to tune in to a special one-hour event during the annual 104.3 WOMC Turn Up the Miracles Radiothon on Thursday, November 19 supporting Beaumont Children’s. The Red Tie Hour will be 5-6pm, the last hour of the 6 am – 6 pm radiothon. During the Red Tie Hour, funds will be raised through corporate and community donations to support Beaumont’s Center for Exceptional Families (CEF) in Dearborn. CEF is a medical and rehabilitative facility that treats developmental disabilities, disorders and diagnoses, including autism, for children and their families. Listeners will have fun with the on-air talent and special guests, learn more about CEF, as well as enjoy many incentives for donations. There is an online auction with unique experiences and great items for holiday gift giving. Bidding is open at https://RedTie2020.givesmart.com until 6:30 pm, Nov. 19.

A very special “Thank You” goes to the Red Tie Hour Fundraising Committee chaired by Patrick Rugiero: Fay Beydoun; Angela Evans-Aronson; Marni Hickey; Mary Kosch; Mona Makki; Paulo Marciano; John Peetz; Jim Rein; Wendy Silverman; Gary Sanford; Jacqueline Thompson; Lisa Vallee-Smith; and Madelyn Wisne.



Sponsors

Hour Detroit Magazine logo
Michigan State University: College of Osteopathic Medicine logo
Priority Health logo
CarePayment logo
Priority Health logo
TWS Foundation logo

Airfoil
Alidade Capital, LLC
Armaly Brands
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Beach Point Capital Management
Caledonia US, LP
Emily Ford
Longfellow Investment Management, Co.
MGM Resorts International

J.P. Morgan
Pacific Investment Management Company LLC (PIMCO)
PNC Healthcare
RBC Capital Markets
Robert Rosowski
Shenkman Capital Management, Inc.
Debbie and Gary Stanford


For more information, contact Mariana Keros (mariana.keros@beaumont.org) or call 947-522-0092.