Annual AFF Gala: A Black Tie Affair

Date/Time
Date(s) - 05/28/2014
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location
Reagan Building


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Don’t miss DC’s most anticipated networking social for the Liberty Movement’s movers and shakers!

America’s Future Foundation’s Annual Gala is THE event to attend for drinks, networking with rising stars and established professionals, and the most fun you’ll have at a professional Gala all year.
Enjoy a toast to liberty from longtime AFF member, Tim Carney, Senior Political Columnist at the Washington Examiner.

RSVP HERE

Sponsors Contact Roger Custer to learn about sponsor opportunities
Host Committee
Jeff Berkowitz, Chair
Peter Suderman, Co-Chair
Whitney & John Athayde
Roger & Anne Custer
Derek Douglas
Ilya Shapiro
Kris Hammond
David White
Nicki Neily & Josh Culling
Tim Carney
Peter Redpath
Cheryl Miller
Tom Readmond
Brooke Oberwetter & Joey Coon
Sean Rushton
Chris Yablonski

Organizations
Life Sponsors
Generation Opportunity
Institute for Humane Studies
Charles Koch Institute

Liberty Sponsors
National Review Institute
Heritage Foundation
Media DC
Atlas Network
Competitive Enterprise Institute
U.S. Chamber Global Intellectual Property Center
American Enterprise Institute
Students for Liberty
Mercatus Center
Young Americans for Liberty

Property Sponsors
Leadership Institute
Distilled Spirits Council of the United States
Coalition to Reduce Spending
R Street Institute
Independent Women’s Forum
Young Conservatives Coalition
Capital Research Center
Center for Shared Services
Fund for American Studies
Reason
Heartland Institute

Tickets include:

  • Open bar
  • Hors d’oeuvres 
  • Fun favors
  • Professional Red Carpet pictures 
  • Silent Auction
  • Live DJ
  • 250 potential new contacts within the liberty network
  • A chance to dress in your finest 


Attire is black-tie creative.

*Ticket sales may increase closer to the event, so purchase your tickets now!*
Paper tickets are helpful but not required. Please email gala@americasfuture.org with any questions.

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