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OUR HONOREES

Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies

Healthy Mothers,
Healthy Babies
Coalition of Georgia

Since 1974, Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of Georgia has been the strongest statewide voice for improved access to healthcare and health outcomes for Georgia’s mothers and babies. HMHBGA is the only organization in Georgia that focuses on the full spectrum of maternal and child health concerns from prematurity to maternal mortality. HMHBGA has partnered with First Candle to bring Let’s Talk! Community Conversations to Georgia.

Nick Chubb
& Family

Nick Chubb is the running back for the Cleveland Browns. He played college football at Georgia and was drafted by the Browns in the second round of the 2018 NFL Draft. In 2018 Nick’s nephew, Junior, died from Sudden Unexpected Infant Death. In 2021 Nick launched his line of cereal, Chubb Crunch, and donated proceeds to First Candle. Nick, his sister Neidra and his entire family are now committed to educating Georgians on safe sleep and supporting First Candle’s grief program.

Bengt & Luanne Lager
Regal Lager

Founded by Bengt and Luanne Lager 30 years ago, this Kennesaw-based company is a distributor of high-quality baby and children’s products.  They are also committed to financially supporting initiatives that help reduce Georgia’s high rate of infant mortality through First Candle’s Straight Talk for Infant Safe Sleep and Let’s Talk! Community Conversations.

SUPPORTING A GREAT MISSION


Did you know that every year 3,600 babies die from Sudden Unexpected Infant Death?

Georgia has the 8th highest rate for infant deaths in the U.S.

We’re in communities around the country, educating families and care providers on ways to create safe sleep areas for their babies that can help prevent many of these deaths. We’re partnering with health care professionals and community organizations to offer support and change practices to end the racial disparity in the rates of infant mortality.

But there will always be families who need support if their baby dies and for them, we’re there, offering hope and assistance through our bereavement programs.

ENTERTAINMENT BY TREY TAYLOR

A night of live music, delicious BBQ and fun!

Saturday, June 11th
 5-9pm


The Stave Room
199 Armour Drive
Atlanta, GA

Adults – $100 | Children under 12 – $25

Light The Night GA is a family friendly event!

There will be a “Kid’s Zone” that includes a child friendly menu along with activities the kids will love! Included with ticket purchase will be access to a bounce house, face painting, the infamous Sprinklenista Cotton Candy Cart and much more!

Enjoy a night out knowing your kids will have a ball too.

SPONSORSHIPS

PLATINUM SPONSOR

10 Tickets

VIP cocktail hour

Meet and greet with Nick including football toss

Open bar and dinner

Sponsor of Let’s Talk! Community event in GA

Logo on all event materials, website & signage

Full page listing in event program

$10,000

GOLD SPONSOR

10 Tickets

Open bar and dinner

Sponsor of Let’s Talk! Community event in GA

Logo on all event materials, website
and signage

½ page listing in event program

$5,000

SILVER SPONSOR

10 Tickets

Sponsor of one of the following: Entertainment, Kids Zone or Memorial Candle Lighting

Dinner and 2 complimentary drinks

Logo on all event materials, website & signage

¼ page listing in event program

$2,500

angel gift

Purchase a luminary in honor of a baby

Name listed in the program

An Opportunity to Give Back to the Community

Proceeds from Light the Night will be used to support First Candle’s Let’s Talk! Community Chats program in Georgia.

This community-based program allows families to meet with doulas, lactation consultants and trained facilitators on a monthly basis, free of charge, at locations throughout their community.

Families can have conversations about safe sleep and breastfeeding, get advice on creating a safe sleep zone, learn about support services available and receive products such as swaddles, diapers and portable cribs.

Join our sponsors and make a difference today.

 
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