The Grand Rapids African American Health Institute will hold a celebration in honor of community and organizational leaders in the fight for health and equity for all. The Grand Rapids African American Health Institute is proud to hold its sixth annual GRAAHI Gala, an evening of celebration and fundraising with a goal of achieving health equity for African Americans. The black and “colorful” tie event “Color our World with Health Equity” will highlight and honor individuals who are making an impact on health equity in our community. As one of the primary fundraising events for the organization, the annual gala highlights and honors individuals and organizations who are making an impact on the community. The honorees at this year’s event include Jim and Kathy Hackett, Bill and India Manns, and Nathaniel and Laura Moody. Join GRAAHI from 6-10 p.m. Thursday, June 20, for cocktails, gourmet dining and dancing at the beautiful Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park. Tickets are $200 with all proceeds benefiting the operating fund of the Grand Rapids African American Health Institute. To purchase your tickets, visit graahi.com/events/gala2019.
The Grand Rapids Business Journal is proud to support this event.