Self Advocates United as 1 has been
supporting self advocacy of people with disabilities
for positive impact in our communities and in people’s lives
since 2007. Time for our 10 Year Celebration Luncheon!
SAVE the DATE!
Tuesday September 26, 2017
1:30 – 4 pm
National Civil War Museum
You’re Invited to come celebrate with SAU1 and Self Advocates!
RSVP to save your Seats at the Celebration
We are now accepting RSVPs for the celebration!
How do I RSVP to Celebrate SAU1?
There are two ways to RSVP for this event. You can RSVP online, or by mail.
If you are on our physical mailing list, you will receive an RSVP card to fill out and mail back with your check or money order.
We have also set up an online RSVP system* for anyone to use as a convenience option.
When you RSVP online you can choose to pay for your seats, and any donations, either online**, or by mail. but it will help us keep better track of the number of seats left as we take RSVPs.
*Your personal information, such as your name and mailing address, that you enter when you RSVP online is only visible by SAU1 Administrators. Your information will not be shared, given, or sold to anyone. You’re information is also stored in an encrypted format for security purposes.
**All online payments will be processed through PayPal’s Secure Payment gateway. We do not receive, and can not view or store any sensitive payment information.
- Single Ticket – $25
- Guest Ticket – $25 per Ticket
- Table of 8 – $185 ($15 Savings)
- Donation to fund a Self Advocate in need to attend* – $25
If you are a Self Advocate and do not have money for a ticket, Call our message line at 1 877 304 7730. Say your name and phone number two times, very slowly. SAU1 staff will call you back to let you know if we have scholarship money for you.
We couldn’t have done it without you!
Share your story of how SAU1 made an impact in YOUR life.
Email Celebrate10@sau1.org with your story or for more information.
Our mission is to support the self advocacy of people with disabilities for positive impact in our communities and in peoples lives.
Our vision is a world where individuals with developmental disabilities and their families are united to share knowledge, empower others, and use their voices to transform their lives and communities.