Mustard Seed School will not be holding our spring fundraiser event, Change Makers Benefit, on April 3. We’ve made this decision out of an abundance of caution. Keeping you safe is our number one priority. Our hearts go out to our community both near and far who are impacted by COVID-19.
Although our event is cancelled, we still want to celebrate the mission you help make possible. Stay tuned! We’re working on a creative way to be together AND keep our distance at the same time. (Spoiler alert: possible VIRTUAL event…)
If you’re looking for a way to make an impact during this time, please consider a gift to help Mustard Seed School students and teachers. As with many organizations, we’re already feeling the effects of COVID-19.
Thanks to an anonymous donor, all gifts will be matched up to $250,000! You can double your impact and help children who need it most. Thank you for continuing to walk alongside our students, no matter what.Donate Now
Although we’re not holding our Change Makers Benefit as planned, we’re hopeful that we’ll find a way for you to hear our keynote speaker, Lance Allred. He’s an NBA athlete, transformational speaker, and bestselling author with a story that will inspire you. Stay tuned!
More about Lance Allred:
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, was released March 10, 2020, and is an exploration of modern manhood.
“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