Campagna Center’s Platinum Gala

May 9, 2015 @ 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
The Westin Alexandria
400 Courthouse Square
Alexandria, VA 22314

The Campagna Center is pleased to announce 2015 will mark 70 years of commitment and service to the Alexandria community. Toasting to this milestone, The Campagna Center, in collaboration with Platinum Presenting Sponsor Passport Auto Group and other area business sponsors, will host The Platinum Gala on Saturday, May 9th, 2015 in the evening at The Westin Alexandria.  The gala will honor the legacy of service that The Campagna Center volunteers and staff have brought to the children and families of Alexandria over the past seven decades.  The evening will include a cocktail reception, dinner and dancing with live entertainment provided by Prime Time Band.

About The Campagna Center

“The history of The Campagna Center is inextricably linked to the history of Alexandria itself,” says Dr. Tammy Mann, President & CEO. “As I have had the pleasure of meeting many people who knew and worked with one of our most beloved Executive Directors, Ms. Elizabeth Ann Campagna, I have come to understand her as a leader who embodied a deep commitment to confronting social justice issues with courage and compassion.  She understood that a community rich in resources had a responsibility to use those resources to help improve the lives of others, especially children.  As the merits of Head Start were being debated nationwide, Elizabeth Ann and the late Vola Lawson worked together to secure funding needed to run Alexandria’s first Head Start program.”

“One of the organization’s original goals—to provide leadership in the creative resolution of critical social problems—remains a guiding beacon for the work we perform so passionately today.  Serving nearly 2,000 people from cradle to career in 52 classrooms throughout Alexandria, The Campagna Center provides high quality early learning experiences through preschool programs, and enrichment learning and guidance through high school.  Through eight levels of English Language Learning classes, immigrant and refugee adults learn to survive and thrive.  It is vitally important to reflect on the progress made in this fine city and to use it as our springboard into the future.”

Event Details:
Saturday, May 9th, 2015 in the evening
The Westin Alexandria

Alexandria, VA



General Admission Tickets are $200 each.

Host Committee Tickets are $500 each or $1000 per couple.

Tickets will be available for purchase at



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