WIN Honors Our Inaugural 2018 Generations Award Recipients

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GENERATIONS AWARD RECEPTION

Del Rey Yacht Club – Sunday, November 4, 2018 | 3:00-5:00pm

13900 Palawan Way, Marina del Rey, CA 90292

GENERATIONS AWARD: LEADERSHIP

Dr. Alicia Lieberman
Child psychologist, author and
Internationally celebrated speaker

GENERATIONS AWARD: ADVOCACY

Jamie Redford
Filmmaker and director of
Paper Tigers and Resilience

 

The Westside Infant-Family Network’s Generations Award honors individuals whose leadership, advocacy, and philanthropy improve the future for children by supporting the health and resilience of families. The Generations award brings light to the critical importance of early relationships in ending generational cycles of trauma, building resilience, and giving children a chance to thrive.

Proceeds will allow WIN to continue providing in-home mental health care to families in need.

Del Rey Yacht Club: Enjoy wine, hors-d’oeuvres, marvelous views, and the award-winning sounds of Samohi Jazz Band while celebrating a happier, healthier world for children and families for generations to come.

Individual Ticket: $125

Advocate: $500
Includes two tickets; recognition in the event program.

Ambassador: $2,500
Includes four tickets; special recognition at the event & event program.

Benefactor: $5,000
Includes six tickets; special recognition at the event, in the event program, and on WIN’s donor web page.

Visionary: $10,000
Includes eight tickets; special recognition at the event, in the event program, and on WIN’s donor web page.

 

About us: Since 2006, the Westside Infant-Family Network (WIN) has been providing award-winning in-home mental health therapy to families struggling with generations of trauma. Our proven outcomes and innovative model have earned accolades from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Lodestar Foundation, Harvard University, and many others. This year, WIN and its community partners launch an audacious four-year effort to transform how we as individuals, neighborhoods, and communities work together to address trauma and build resilience across the lifespan.