2019 Gala

On Monday, November 18, 2019 the Tourette Association of America will host its annual Gala at Capitale in the Bowery, NYC. It will be a beautiful evening where hundreds of individuals come out to support the TS community. This event serves at the heart of the TAA’s mission to make life better for all individuals and families living with Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorders.

David Begnaud

Gala Honoree
Lead National Correspondent
CBS This Morning

Jumaane Williams

Keynote Speaker
NYC Public Advocate

Jumaane Williams

Keynote Speaker
NYC Public Advocate

Sponsorship Opportunities

Presenting Gala Partner

$100,000 Two tables of ten – highest priority seating, speaking opportunity for company representative, priority acknowledgement by event host, two full page e-journal ads, logo, hyperlink and company profile on event page, logo displayed in Gala email blasts and materials, logo and hyperlink on TAA website sponsor page for entire calendar year, company recognition in organizational e-newsletter and Annual Report.

Sustaining Gala Partner

$75,000 Two tables of ten – priority seating, acknowledgement from podium, one full page e-journal ad, logo and hyperlink on event page, logo displayed in Gala email blasts and materials, logo and hyperlink on TAA website sponsor page for entire calendar year, company recognition in organizational e-newsletter and Annual Report.

Reception Underwriter

$50,000 Two tables of ten – priority seating, one full page e-journal ad, logo and hyperlink on event page, logo on all Gala materials, logo recognition on TAA website sponsor page for entire calendar year, company recognition in organizational e-newsletter and Annual Report.

Benefactor

$25,000 One table of ten – priority seating, one full page e-journal ad, logo and hyperlink on event page, acknowledgement in all Gala materials, logo recognition on TAA website sponsor page for entire calendar year, company recognition in organizational e-newsletter and Annual Report.

Champion

$15,000 One table of ten, one full page e-journal ad, logo on event page, acknowledgement in all Gala materials, recognition on TAA website sponsor page for entire calendar year, company recognition in organizational e-newsletter and Annual Report.

Patron

$10,000 One table of ten, one full page e-journal ad, logo on event page, acknowledgement in all Gala materials.

Supporter

$5,000 Six Gala tickets, one half page e-journal ad, logo on event page, acknowledgement in all Gala materials.

Friend Ticket

$1,500 Two Gala tickets, quarter page e-journal ad.

Gala Ticket

E-Journal Ad Opportunities

Full Page Ad – $5,000 Full page e-journal ad online and in event presentation

Half Page Ad – $3,000 Half page e-journal ad online and in event presentation

Quarter Page Ad – $1,500 Quarter page e-journal ad online and in event presentation

Business Card Ad – $500 Business card size ad in e-journal online and in event presentation

Support Greeting – $300 One-line message and donor’s name appear online

About Honoree David Begnaud

David Begnaud is the lead national correspondent for CBS THIS MORNING based in New York. He joined the Network in 2015 and his reporting, featured across all CBS News broadcasts and platforms including CBS THIS MORNING, the CBS EVENING NEWS, 48 HOURS, CBS SUNDAY MORNING and CBSN, has earned him some of journalism’s most prestigious awards. His coverage of Hurricane Maria earned him the prestigious George Polk Award for public service in 2018.

Prior to CBS, Begnaud covered a wide variety of national breaking news from weather to crime for several news organizations. Previously, he created and reported for “Newsbreaker” at ORA-TV, a social media platform for current events and breaking news, and was a contributing correspondent for ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT, the #1 syndicated entertainment newsmagazine in the world.

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Begnaud is a veteran field reporter who has covered a wide variety of national breaking news from weather to crime before joining CBS News. Previously, Begnaud was a Los Angeles-based reporter for Newsbreaker at ORA TV, a social media platform for current events and breaking local and world news. He was also a regular contributor to Entertainment Tonight. Before that, he worked at KTLA in Los Angeles from 2010 to 2012 and KOVR in Sacramento from 2007 to 2010. He began his journalism career in his home state of Louisiana at the age of 18 at KLFY-TV as a weekend anchor and reporter while still attending college.

He graduated from the University of Louisiana, Lafayette in 2005.