Join us for Mustard Seed School’s signature fundraising event! Come celebrate 40 years of inspiring minds, cultivating hearts, and removing barriers for our students. Connect over cocktails and dinner, followed by dessert and drinks in the Skyline Room.
The 2020 Change Makers Benefit will take place on April 3, 2020 at the Chart House in Weehawken, NJ.
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Date: Friday, April 3, 2020
Time: 6:30 PM-10 PM
Location: The Chart House
1700 Harbor Blvd
Weehawken NJ, 07086
Join us for our signature fundraising event, featuring keynote speaker Lance Allred, Groundbreaking NBA athlete, transformational speaker and bestselling author.
Don’t miss a night of inspiration and celebration as we honor the impact and growth of Mustard Seed School’s mission to teach each child to know and care for their community and world.
5:30PM – Meet & Greet with Lance Allred
6:30PM – Cocktail Hour and Benefit
Business casual attire
Mustard Seed School is excited to welcome groundbreaking NBA athlete, transformational speaker, and bestselling author Lance Allred as the Keynote Speaker for this year’s Change Makers Benefit.
Lance was born legally deaf into a fringe polygamist commune in rural Montana, where he and his family lived until he escaped at 13. With his characteristic courage and grit, he overcame tremendous odds and obstacles to join the Cleveland Cavaliers, making the NBA at the age of 27, where the average age of a league rookie is 20. Among the great visionary athletes, Lance is a sought-after speaker, leadership consultant and best-selling author. His TEDx talk has been viewed more than 4.5 million times, and he speaks to audiences around the country about perseverance, and leadership, and communication. His latest book, The New Alpha Male, will be released March 10, 2020, and is an exploration of modern manhood.
Lance’s story of determination and grit is sure to inspire you!
“People have been telling me what I can and can’t do all my life. I simply choose not to listen – I can’t hear them anyway.” – LANCE ALLRED