Football great and Fox Sports analyst Troy Aikman will host this reception at Samuel Lynne Galleries on Friday night of the Big Game weekend. Guests will meet and interact with celebrities and athletes in attendance as well as many of the galleries’ featured world-renowned artists.
Bid on one-of-a-kind pieces created by artists Michael Kalish, JD Miller, Burton Morris, and Phil Romano just for the Big Game Big Give's auction.
Approximately 350 guests are expected to attend; the per person ticket price is $250. Proceeds benefit The Giving Back Fund and The Troy Aikman Foundation.
Collectors of the artists' work include Muhammad Ali, David Arquette, Jennifer Aniston, Arnold Schwartzenegger, Courntey Cox, John Travolta, and Linkin Park as well as Warner Brothers, Disney and Nike.
Each ticket is $250.
(Please note that Saturday night's event at Lillie and Phil Romano's estate is by invitation only.)
If you are unable to attend but would like to make a contribution to The Giving Back Fund please click here. And thank you!
Any contribution over the fair market value of the goods and services you will receive is considered a contribution. Your gift is tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. The Giving Back Fund will send you a letter acknowledging your contribution that you may use as a receipt.
ABOUT THE GIVING BACK FUND
Big Game Big Give is presented by The Giving Back Fund (GBF), a national public charity that creates and professionally manages charitable foundations and other philanthropic programs for athletes, entertainers, business entrepreneurs, and corporations. Since our founding in 1997, GBF has created an important niche in expanding and diversifying philanthropy, particularly among young people, women and people of color. Our unique structure allows donors to direct more of their charitable dollars to causes they care about and less to administrative overhead. To date, The Giving Back Fund has provided philanthropic consulting, management and programming to more than 100 athletes, entertainers, entrepreneurs, and other high net worth individuals. GBF has overseen the distribution of more than $30,000,000 in charitable grants within the United States and other countries, and has developed dozens of unique scholarship, mentoring, medical, arts, and other philanthropic programs. For additional information, please visit www.givingback.org.