New Orleans Four Legacy Weekend November 13 – 15, 2020
Request for Community Partnership (RFCP)
We are, seeking Community Partnerships from Individuals, Charitable Foundations and Corporate entities interested in becoming Community Partners for the New Orleans Four Legacy Weekend. Community Partnership opportunities are being offered for the entire weekend of ground events. Community Partnerships require a minimum cash or in-kind payment equal to or greater than the amounts established and provided for this RFCP.
Community Partnership opportunities are an important tool to enhance and improve events for the attendees while helping to offset the costs of offering premium events with stellar productions. In addition, these partnerships provide opportunities for community involvement for Community Partners who desire to support and be associated with community programs and events that target affluent African American consumers, dignitaries and other very important people who do the impactful work in our communities at large.
Community Partnership - New Orleans Four Legacy Weekend
Community Partnerships provide opportunity to have direct access to event attendees as vendors during our Sunday Gospel Brunch.
Weekend of Events
- Sat, Nov 14Mahalia Jackson TheaterNov 14, 2020, 6:00 PM CSTMahalia Jackson Theater, 1419 Basin St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USAJoin Mayor LaToya Cantrell in an evening of celebration. The event celebrates outstanding contributions in honor of the city's beloved New Orleans Four Civil Rights Pioneers Leona Tate, Ruby Bridges, Tessie Prevost & Gail Etienne.
- Sat, Nov 14Gallier HallNov 14, 2020, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM CSTGallier Hall, 545 St Charles Ave, New Orleans, LA 70130, USAWitness the Honorable Mayor LaToya Cantrell as she bestows the highest honor of the City of New Orleans on Civil Rights Pioneers the New Orleans Four - Leona Tate, Ruby Bridges, Gail Etienne & Tessie Prevost commemorating the 60th Anniversary of Desegregation in the Deep South....