Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Unity Breakfast

Monday, January 21 2019 7:00 AM - 10:00 AM [CST]

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Freedom Society Partial Approval - $5,000.00

2 preferred seating tables (up to 16 seats) + Commemoration page in printed program + Banner for public display + Listing on the video screen + Listing on the show card + Listing in the program and table identification

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Visionary Partial Approval - $2,500.00

2 preferred seating tables (up to 16 seats) + Listing on the video screen + Listing on the show card + Listing in the program and table identification

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Dream Keeper Partial Approval - $1,500.00

1 preferred seating table (up to 8 seats) + Listing on show card + Listing in the program and table identification

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Justice Seeker Partial Approval - $500.00

1 preferred seating table (up to 8 seats) + Listing in the program and table identification (must sign up prior by Jan. 7 to receive this benefit)

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General Admission Table Partial Approval - $360.00

Up to 8 seats

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General Admission Partial Approval - $45.00

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Monday, January 21 2019 7:00 AM - 10:00 AM [CST]

The Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Unity Breakfast is Birmingham’s biggest forum to celebrate our legacy of racial reconciliation, educate today’s youth and nurture our vision for communities without poverty. We will provide information that will benefit community and not-for-profit leaders seeking resources for their constituents. The Unity Breakfast also serves as a support event for the annual MLK Scholarship Essay program, providing direct scholarships to high school students throughout the Birmingham region. 

Hosted by: The Community Affairs Committee, Greater Birmingham Ministries, Metro Birmingham NAACP, and Southern Christian Leadership Conference

Eli Roth

The Community Affairs Committee has worked since 1969 to create a better community for all citizens throughout the Birmingham metro area by strengthening race relations, advocating for education, supporting improved transit and seeking solutions for the homeless.

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