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The 2014 Life & Hope Award Gala will feature honored speaker, Mr. Glenn Beck. The Gala will be held at The Union League of Philadelphia, located at 140 South Broad Street in downtown Philadelphia and is scheduled to begin with a cocktail reception at 6:30 p.m. with dinner to follow at 7:30 p.m.
Individual ticket are for sale for $150/per person and a table of 10 people for $1,500. Click here for more information.

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View the video of 2013 Award Gala with Governor Sarah Palin

Governor Sarah Palin was the honored speaker at the 2013 Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network’s Award Gala located in downtown Philadelphia. Deborah Flora presided as emcee at the gala, which included addresses from award-winning author and bioethicist Wesley Smith and critically acclaimed author and speaker Brian Gail, plus several celebrity video addresses. Read the Press Release

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Union_League_150x104The “League” was founded to suppress the rebellion of the American Civil War and to preserve the Union. During the Civil War and post-war reconstruction, the League was one of the most influential organizations of the North. From its founding to the present, the League has been a leading civic organization and has played an important role in the history of our country and the City of Philadelphia. The Heritage Center was created so that this history can be shared, and so that the League’s charitable activities can become more effective. www.unionleague.org
TerriMomIn 1990, at the age of 26, Terri suffered a mysterious cardio-respiratory arrest for which no cause has ever been determined. She was diagnosed with hypoxic encephalopathy – neurological injury caused by lack of oxygen to the brain. Terri was placed on a ventilator, but was soon able to breathe on her own and maintain vital function. She remained in a severely compromised neurological state and was provided a PEG tube to ensure the safe delivery of nourishment and hydration.

On March 31, 2005, Terri Schindler Schiavo died of marked dehydration following more than 13 days without nutrition or hydration under the order of Circuit Court Judge, George W. Greer of the Pinellas-Pasco’s Sixth Judicial Court. Terri was 41. Read More>>

Rocky-StatuePhiladelphia is a city for every type of person, from the history buffs to the art lovers, the foodies to the clubbers. Crisscrossed by the Delaware and Schuykill Rivers, this colonial haven was established by William Penn in the late 1600s. Now one of America’s most populous cities, Philadelphia has become known for its Americana attractions, like Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. Recommended trips to the Philadelphia Museum of Art for its size and variety, to the Mutter Museum for its eclectic collection, and to the Eastern State Penitentiary because it’s in a state of “preserved ruin.” Reading Terminal is a hub for all things food in the city, with shops and restaurants of every cuisine (and yes, they have cheese steaks, although you might want to check out Geno’s for that).For more info visit www.visitphilly.com

Event Details

Date: March 27, 2014 | Time: 6:30pm-9:30pm
Location: The Union League of Philadelphia- 140 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
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