MASK invites community to annual ‘Carnivale’ benefit Oct. 10

MASK (Mothers Awareness on School-age Kids) will hold its eighth annual MASKer Aide Ball “Carnivale” fundraiser Saturday, Oct. 10 at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Resort.


The annual MASKer Aide Ball “Carnivale” offers an elegant evening of fine dining, music, dancing, silent and live auctions and entertainment.

“Delivering a high quality banquet experience has been an obsession since joining the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess in 2012.” says Executive Chef David Morris.

“I am always looking for ways to create an intimate restaurant style dining experience in a banquet environment. We look forward to creating an evening to remember at the MASKer Aide Ball “Carnivale”, with flavors from around the world.”

Guests will arrive in black-tie attire and masks and enjoy the “groove that makes you move”  by The Impact Band. John Hook (Fox 10 News) and Gina Salazar-Hook (CBS 5 News) will be the Emcee Team for the evening.

As part of the evening’s festivities, MASK will honor moms, dads and organizations that exemplify the spirit and mission of MASK.

“Our 2015 award recipients are so deserving,” said MASK Founder and Publisher Kimberly Cabral.

“With their support, and the support of many others, MASK can continue to engage, educate, and empower thousands of families through our magazine, and our awareness and outreach programs.”

2015 MASKer Aide Ball Honorees:

Shelley Thomas – Engagement Award

Arizona State University – Education Award

Right Toyota – Empowerment Award

Dad Dialed In Award – To be announced

MASK will also be raising much-needed funds to help the organization continue to provide awareness programs and resources important to parents, children and educators.

To purchase tickets, click here.



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