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2020 IYT FALL FUNDRAISER IS ALMOST HERE!

We are so excited to bring everyone together to showcase our young men, announce some big news, have some fun and raise money(vote) for JAMAL.  Who is JAMAL? 
Like most of you, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to drastically change the way we do things, so this year we are going VIRTUAL.  Via YouTube LIVE, you’ll be able to view and enjoy the event hosted by Sacramento’s own, Freddie Silveria. 
 
While the COVID-19 pandemic has really made life uncomfortable for some, it has devastated others.  FUNDING RAISED ON NOVEMBER 18TH WILL BE DIRECTED TO IYT STUDENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES. The four key focus areas are:
 
  1. FOOD ACCESS
  2. EMERGENCY GRANTS
  3. MENTORSHIP
  4. TECHNOLOGY
 
Register today to be one step closer to VOTING FOR JAMAL. Thank you in advance.
Auction

This year’s auction will use Greater Giving Online Bidding – allowing for a paperless bidding system. You will bid using your smartphone or tablet on silent auction items. Also, you can easily track Packages by “following” their activity without having to continuously return to a table or bid sheet. Please use the button below to register for live and silent auction. 

SPONSORSHIPS

Would you consider being an event sponsor of Vote for JAMAL IYT Fall Virtual Fundraiser? Sponsors receive a number of benefits during the live transmission and previous correspondence, plus more! You’ll be joining a philanthropic movement dedicated to investing in the lives – and dreams – of Sacramento’s young men of color. 

OUR SPONSORS
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CHAMPIONS OF CHANGE

The Champion of Change award goes to courageous individuals working to create positive change for young men of color. Meet our 2020 Champions of Change. 

 

Rhonda Staley-Brook 

Director of Equity and Student Achievement

San Juan Unified 
 

Mayor Michael Tubbs

Mayor

City of Stockton


Kyle and Hailey Garrett

Entrepreneurs

Garrett Innovations, Inc. 


Diana Marshall

Director of Equity and Student Achievement

San Juan Unified School District