Methodist Family Health’s Signature Fundraiser is FREE to Attend, Available Online at Facebook and YouTube
LITTLE ROCK, AR (Sept. 1, 2021) – COVID-19 can’t keep us hitched. This year, Methodist Family Health is taking our 8th annual signature fundraiser online – again! – so you can stay safe, healthy, and still help the Arkansas children and families in our care. Tune in at 6 p.m. at Methodist Family Health’s Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/methodistfamilyhealth) and YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHfqX9gQHx2ZLts6_46mm4w), on Saturday, September 18. The 2021 Southern Silks Stakes is available for any Arkansan to tune in, bid on and have fun – for FREE – in comfort from anywhere they have a desktop, laptop, tablet, smart tv or smart phone.
This year’s short video will include a welcome from event co-chairs, Becka and Brian Webb, gratitude to sponsors, highlights of auction items and a special appeal for Methodist Family Health’s Compassion Fund. The online auction opens at 8 a.m. on Thursday, September 16 and closes at 8 p.m. Saturday, September 18. For details on how to bid, a list of event sponsors, our special appeal and more, visit https://www.methodistfamily.org/southern-silks.html.
The 2021 Southern Silks Stakes, benefiting Methodist Family Health, is presented by Gill Ragon Owen Attorneys. For more information, contact Jamie Griffith, Methodist Family Health Foundation’s project manager, at JGriffith@MethodistFamily.org or 501-906-4209.
About Methodist Family Health
Founded in 1899 as the Arkansas Methodist Orphanage, Methodist Family Health’s mission is to provide the best possible care to those who may need our help. A statewide continuum of care, Methodist Family Health each year serves thousands of Arkansas children and their families who are abandoned, abused, neglected and struggling with psychiatric, behavioral, emotional and spiritual issues. Methodist Family Health has locations throughout the state, including the Methodist Behavioral Hospital in Maumelle, psychiatric residential treatment centers, therapeutic group homes, a day treatment program, counseling clinics, school-based counseling clinics, a grief center for children and their families, and the Arkansas Center for Addictions Research, Education and Services (Arkansas CARES).