4th Annual Imagine Miami Luncheon & Fundraiser
WHENSeptember 30, 2020 at 12pm - 1pm
Everyone is invited to the free virtual event on September 30th!
The Imagine Miami Luncheon is Catalyst Miami's annual fundraising luncheon, and one of the most fun events of the year!
Typically hosted at a beautiful Miami restaurant with 200 new and old friends, this year's luncheon will take place during a 1-hour virtual event on Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at noon.
During this fundraising event, Nadege Green will be honored with the 2020 Community Catalyst Award. We'll also hear a bolero performance by multi-Grammy winning musician, John Daversa, and have a special guest appearance by actor Mark Ruffalo.
The Presenting Sponsor for this event is JPMorgan Chase & Co.
For $100, you'll not only be making a donation to Catalyst Miami, but you'll receive a care package featuring several beautiful items from local Black-owned businesses.
Care Package Items:
Hand poured soap bar from Sage & Balm
Soy candle from Buena Vista Candle Co.
Bentonite clay mask from BeLoved Box
Anti-Racist Baby children's book by Ibram X. Kendi
Deluxe tea sample from Adjourn Tea House
Skincare samples from Dr. Loretta
Coin Purse from Bank of America
Mask and hand sanitizer from Catalyst Miami
Can't attend on September 30th?
Check out the ticket link for additional ways to support Catalyst Miami:
1. Purchase a raffle ticket to win a new iPad or 2 Miami HEAT tickets (schedule permitting). Winners will be announced the day after the event. You don't need to be present to win.
2. Donate a face mask and hand sanitizer to one of our clients.
3. Purchase a Catalyst Miami t-shirt.
Honoree | 2020 Community Catalyst Award
Director of Community Research and Storytelling at the Community Justice Project
Nadege Green is Director of Community Research and Storytelling at the Community Justice Project. She worked as a journalist in Miami for just over 10 years investigating how local government policies and actions—both historical and contemporary—impact everyday people. Her work centers around using analysis, data and narratives from the directly impacted to address housing inequities, climate justice, gun violence and other pressing issues in Miami-Dade County that disproportionately impact black and brown communities. Green believes in the power of teaching community storytelling as a means to educate, problem-solve and heal. She is a frequent lecturer and speaker in academic and community settings around disparities in Miami-Dade, local history and race. Green is a recipient of the Ruth Shack Leadership Award and the Florida ACLU Gene Miller Voice of Freedom Award. She's also the proud mom of two amazing boys, Noah and Jacob.
Special guest appearance
Actor, climate activist, and three-time Oscar nominee
Musical performance on bolero
Multi-Grammy winning jazz trumpeter, composer, and educator
JPMorgan Chase & Co. is our Presenting Sponsor
Mary & Tim Casey
Avra Jain, the Jain & Lagoa Foundation at The Miami Foundation
PICT (Public Interest Computer & Technology)
Crabtree & Auslander
Lalchandani Simon PL
Miami Medical Consultants
Jason & April Pizzo
The Related Group
Black Business Sponsor
Past sponsors include:
JPMorgan Chase & Co., Weil, Baptist Health South Florida, Northern Trust, BAC Florida Bank, the Medina Family Foundation, BankUnited, Cole Scott & Kissane, Bank of America, Capital One, Kaufman Rossin, Dr. Loretta, Shutts, Wells Fargo, Greenberg Traurig, Crabtree & Auslander, Miami Medical Consultants, Purepoint Financial, VITAS Healthcare, Bill Duquette, Community Health of South Florida