CAN Talks 2019

CAN Talks – October 22

Individuals with disabilities flourish when seen as people first:  people who have talent, people who are employable, people who enjoy life, and people who are no different in the areas that matter most.

Join us as six individuals with disabilities and special guest Ryan Niemiller from Americas Got Talent share their story from their perspective in order to broaden your perspective.  Think TED Talks with a twist. 

  • Date:  October 22, 2019
  • Time:  7:00pm – 8:30pm
  • Location:  Centre Stage, 501 River Street, Greenville, SC 29601
  • Tickets:  $15 (Includes cocktail reception following the event.)
  • Special Accommodation Request:  Contact Mike Teachey at mike.teachey@greenvillecan.org or 864-420-1366.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Demonstrate your organization’s commitment to diversity and inclusion by sponsoring the first annual CAN Talks event.  Proceeds will support the work of the Barbara Stone Foundation.

If you would like to sponsor this event, please contact Mike Teachey at mike.teachey@greenvillecan.org or 864-420-1366.

GOLD SPONSOR, $2,500

  • Admission for 8 guests
  • Select recognition on all event marketing materials
  • Name and logo on event program and signage
  • Exposure in newsletters and social media
  • Name and logo on Foundation website.

SILVER SPONSOR, $1,000

  • Admission for 6 guests
  • Name and logo on event program and signage
  • Exposure in newsletters and social media
  • Name and logo on Foundation website.

BRONZE SPONSOR, $500

  • Admission for 4 guests
  • Name in event program
  • Exposure in newsletters and social media
  • Name and logo on Foundation website.

Friends of Barbara Stone Foundation, $250

  • Admission for 2 guests
  • Name in event program
  • Exposure in newsletters and social media

People under 65 in Greenville County with a Disability: Census 2012 - 2016

Your Opportunity to Make a Difference has never been better...

People under 65 in Greenville County with a Disability: Census 2012 - 2016

Every donation, large and small affects positive change.

Within our generation, people with disabilities were locked away from society with a belief that they had nothing useful to contribute.  Although much progress has been made in the past fifty years, individuals with disabilities still struggle to be seen, heard, valued, and included.

YOU can be the difference.  Together, we can achieve our vision of a community where all individuals with disabilities flourish.

Thank you for being a champion for individuals with disabilities!

The Barbara Stone Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible to the extent of the law.