The Spring Luncheon is an afternoon consisting of lunch, an engaging speaker,silent auction, and fun activities to raise funds for our Compass Early Learning and Self Sufficiency Centers. Doors open at 12 pm for silent auction browsing and mingling with friends. Lunch is served around 12:30, followed by a short program and more opportunities to bid on an exciting array of items!
Typically, 300-350 guests attend our Spring Luncheon and the event raises upwards of $30,000 for MCUM’s programs. Event expenses are supported by corporate sponsors and a portion of the ticket price, meaning that all contributions made during the event go directly toward MCUM’s programs.
During the event, guests will learn about MCUM while socializing with old and new friends alike! The Spring Luncheon is appropriate for all ages.
Don’t forget to bring non-perishable items (check out www.mcum.org/fooddrive for a list of the items our pantry accepts) for the centerpiece display competition. The table to most creatively display their donations (determined by a celebrity judge) will win a prize!
A donation to our auction can help families return to self-sufficiency, help provide high-quality childcare for a young child, and so much more! We are looking for two types of donations this year. Please click the buttons to learn more:
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If you are having difficulty purchasing your tickets from Ticketbud, you may purchase by clicking the button below, which will take you to our general donation site. Tickets are currently $28/each or $200 for a table of eight. In the “additional comments” section, please write “SPRING LUNCHEON” and provide a note with any special seating instructions (example, if you’re buying a table for your church, you would write “Trinity Church” … or, if you’re buying 2 tickets but want to sit with your friends, you would write “Jack & Jill Brown, please seat with Roger and Sally Brown.”