Dan Hampton at Wake Up Your Spirit Breakfast
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Tickets are now on sale for DuPagePads’ most inspirational event, the 14th Annual Wake Up Your Spirit Breakfast, this year featuring keynote speaker Dan Hampton.
This year’s breakfast will take place on Wednesday, November 2nd at Benedictine University in Lisle from 7:00am-8:30am.
Starting promptly at 7:00am, this humbling moment at the breakfast signifies the moment when across the county, DuPagePads clients are leaving the overnight sites.
Carol Simler, President & CEO of DuPagePads will highlight new programs, current developments and the agency’s vision for the future.
Attendees will hear from a DuPagePads’ participant who will share their journey with the audience and keynote speaker, Dan Hampton, will complete the exhilarating program.
Dan Hampton, also known as “Danimal” is a retired Hall of Fame football defensive tackle who played 12 seasons for the Chicago Bears in the NFL, and led the defense to a 1986 Chicago Bear Super Bowl Championship.
Enduring 10 knee surgeries and numerous other injuries, Hampton become recognized as one of the game’s most dedicated players. Come hear his inspiring story at this year’s Wake Up Your Spirit Breakfast.
“We are thrilled to have Dan Hampton as our keynote speaker. With his relentless determination, he can surely relate to our tagline: when someone believes in you, everything can change,” says Carol Simler, DuPagePads President & CEO.
You are invited to begin your day with this truly uplifting event!
Tickets are available for $40 per person on or before 10/14/16 and $45 per person after 10/14/16. Tables of 8 are also available for $320 per table on or before 10/14/16 and $360 per table after 10/14/16. To purchase tickets or to learn more about this event, click here.
Proceeds from the Wake Up Your Spirit Breakfast will provide crucial support services to families and individuals who are homeless as they work toward a place to call home.
Please join us on November 2nd and be part of the solution to end homelessness!