An evening of food, drinks & music benefiting Lowcountry veterans
Friday, May 17 | Charles Towne Landing | 7 p.m.
Pull out your favorite pair of blue jeans and enjoy a laid-back evening at beautiful Founders Hall. You’ll take in live entertainment under the stars while you sip libations and enjoy an old fashion Lowcountry Boil and BBQ.
This year we have an unbelievable list of silent auction items, including: 7 night all-inclusive stay in Antiqua – NASCAR Hall of Fame ticket package – The Club at Pine Forest (round of golf for 4 including cart) – Two 3 day passes to the CMA in Nashville including airfare (Southwest) – Two tickets to see Reba in Vegas (with Brooks & Dunn) including hotel and Southwest airfare – Two tickets to see Carrie Underwood in Columbia including hotel – Two tickets to see Luke Combs in Charleston including dinner – 1 night stay at Middleton Place – Stars & Strikes Party Pass for two hours bowling, including shoes, pizza and soda for up to 6 people.
All proceeds will benefit Palmetto Warrior Connection, directly helping local veterans and their families.
Click HERE to view Chris Hart’s story – just one of the many veterans helped by PWC.
$50 – General Admission
$75 – VIP (includes early admission, private bar and lounge)
BECOME A SPONSOR
This event would not be possible with the generous support of our community partners. Whether you want your company name and logo splashed over the entire event or are looking to support our Lowcountry heroes in a smaller way, we have a sponsorship package to fit your needs.
Thank you to this year’s sponsors & supporters!
About Palmetto Warrior Connection
Supporting struggling and homeless veterans for decades, Palmetto Goodwill saw an increased need for outreach following 9/11. To fill gaps in service as veterans transitioned from military to civilian life, Goodwill and America’s Warrior Project co-founded the Palmetto Warrior Connection (PWC) whose mission to ensure that those who have served, and their families, have the resources and assistance they need to secure adequate housing, successful employment, education and access to benefits. Since its inception in 2014, PWC has facilitated care for thousands of Warriors and their families and helped them achieve a better quality of life.