This bucketlist experience and field dinner is an inaugural balloon glow fundraiser at Eling’s Park to benefit Doctors Without Walls - Santa Barbara Street Medicine.
DWW-SBSM is dedicated to providing free, volunteer medical care for the most vulnerable of Santa Barbara County, when and where they are in need, including in times of disaster, and to provide education and training for DWW-SBSM volunteers and others, in order to promote the excellent practice of humanitarian medicine in our hometown and elsewhere. Glow In The Park opens with a VIP Welcome Reception and tethered balloon rides for sponsors, followed by a gourmet field dinner and the illumination of hot air balloons at sunset. A dessert bar and live music appealing to all ages concludes the event.
Please note that this is a non-smoking event. A waiver of liability must be completed prior to any balloon ride. Balloon rides are subject to weather and the discretion of the balloon pilots.
The night will include a cocktail reception, gourmet dinner
tethered hot air balloon rides, silent and live auction, dancing,
and the World's Greatest U2 Tribute Show by Hollywood U2.
A Look at Last Year's Glow
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Tickets are now live!
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Glow in the Park 2014 Commercial
Special thanks to KEYT ABC3 for helping our team bring health care to new heights
A Night of "Street-Medicine" with Santa Barbara Non-Profit Doctors Without Walls
Group Provides Healthcare to Santa Barbara's Most Vulnerable People
Jim Murray, KEYT - KCOY - KKFX Reporter, email@example.com
Santa Barbara, Calif - “Doctors without Walls” is a group of people who are dedicated to providing free volunteer medical care to the most vulnerable people in Santa Barbara County
The non-profit holds weekly clinics at Pershing Park and Alameda Park. Since 2005, the group has been providing what they call "Street Medicine" to the underserved people of the community, which means they deliver health care services directly to people living and sleeping on the streets
They serve almost 1300 people yearly. The group is staffed with physicians, social workers and paramedics. Others help with social media outreach and digital record-keeping ...
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Glow In the Park 2016 PSA - Radio
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