For more information about Igniting Hope and the Evening of Hope, or to reserve your seats at either night, please call our office at 919-781-9255. Sponsorship opportunities are available.
Health & Safety
The health, safety, and well-being of our guests, volunteers, and staff is of the utmost importance to us, so we requiring all attendees at the Evening of Hope and Igniting Hope to show proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID test.
At event check-in, each guest must be prepared to show one of below for entry:
- An official vaccination card with your name and the date(s) of your dose(s); or
- A photo or digital version of an official vaccination card with your name and the date(s) of your dose(s); or
- A printed or digital negative COVID-19 PCR test administered by a health professional within 72 hours of the event you are attending that shows your name and the test date.
We have put these and other additional precautions in place to comply with local, state, and federal recommendations, and will continue to monitor any suggested changes to these guidelines.
Please read: No health and safety measures can completely eliminate the risk of exposure to, infection from, and/or transmission of COVID-19, and the data is showing that those who are not fully vaccinated are at an increased risk for more severe illness. By voluntarily attending the Evening of Hope Gala and/or Igniting Hope (“Events”), each guest agrees to release, forever discharge, covenant not to sue, and hold harmless The Foundation of Hope for Research and Treatment of Mental Illness, The Angus Barn LTD, LLC, Lakeside Pavilions, LLC, and other entities associated with those entities and the Events, including their respective subsidiaries, parents, directors, trustees, officers, employees, members, agents, vendors, or other representatives, to the maximum extent permitted by law, from any and all claims, liabilities (civil or otherwise), damages, and/or costs and expenses of any kind or nature, related to or arising out of the Events, including, but not limited to, those caused by: (1) ordinary negligence, fault, or other action or omission; and (2) the inherent risks associated with contracting COVID-19 at public gatherings.