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2023 ALTA Charitable
Foundation Benefit Luncheon

Champion for Children with Dyslexia 2023

When

October 25, 2023

11:00 AM - 1:30 PM

Where

Junior League of Houston,

1811 Briar Oaks Ln, Houston, TX, 77027

About the event

Please join the inaugural ALTA Charitable Foundation Benefit Luncheon. Up to twenty percent of children with dyslexia struggle to learn to read. The truth is, we can only help the children who are identified and who receive intensive, diagnostic therapy. But to do this, we need more ALTA certified professionals. With your support, ALTA members can change lives, one child at a time.

All funds raised from this event will support the ALTA Charitable Foundation through the following:

  • Scholarships for individuals pursuing ALTA Certification (CALT/CALP).

  • Scholarships for certified ALTA members pursuing instructor-level certification (CALT-QI/ICALP).

  • Community awareness events

 

This luncheon is to raise funds for ACF while honoring the great pioneers of the Houston area who have made a tremendous impact with ALTA and making a difference in the lives of children with dyslexia.

Keynote Speaker: 1.5 CEs Available

Jamie Gilmer Williams, M.Ed., MA, CALT-QI

  • First President of ALTA

  • Honorary Lifetime ALTA Member

Honorees:

Lenox M. Reed, CALT-QI, ALTA Honorary Lifetime Member

The Neuhaus Family

Danny Williamson, M.D.

Our reception hosts, Kim and Tom Jameson, have graciously arranged a dinner the evening prior to the luncheon for sponsors and honorees. Further information will be provided soon.

About the ALTA Charitable Foundation

Founded in May 2021 as a 501c(3) organization, the ALTA Charitable Foundation’s (ACF) mission is to support the members and mission of ALTA.

 

How ACF gives back:

• Training scholarships for individuals to become Certified Academic Language Therapists or Certified Academic Language Practitioners

• Training scholarships for ALTA members to achieve instructor-level certification

• Scholarships for children who need intervention and treatment by Certified ALTA members

• Community awareness events

Please note, the deadline to register for the luncheon and sign up as a sponsor is October 20, 2023. 

Sponsors

Champion for Children with Dyslexia

2023 Luncheon Sponsor - $10,000

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2023 Samuel Orton Friend Sponsor - $3,500

Ed and Graham Neuhaus

Texas ALTA

2023 Anna Gillingham Friend Sponsor - $2,500

Lenox M. Reed, CALT-QI

Ron Walker

2023 Aylett Royal Cox Sponsor - $1,500

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Alice Womack Marsel, M.A., LDT, CALT-QI

Kim Watts Jameson, M.Ed., LDT, CALT &

Marian R. Cisarik, LDT, CALT

Lynne Fitzhugh, Ph.D., CALT-QI &

Libby Grafa, LDT, CALT-QI

Linda Gladden, CALT

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Table Sponsorship Opportunities

For sponsorship or ticket information, please contact office@altacharitable.org

  • Premier VIP seating for 10 (1 table)

  • Logo listed on gala website

  • Annual report and marketing materials

  • Table advertisement

  • Table gift

  • Reception invite (4). Once you complete your purchase, we will reach out at a later date via the email address you provide to collect your guest list.

  • Preferred seating for 10 (1 table)

  • Logo listed on gala website

  • Annual report and marketing materials

  • Table gift

  • Reception invite (2). Once you complete your purchase, we will reach out at a later date via the email address you provide to collect your guest list.

  • Seating for 10 (1 table)

  • Logo listed on gala website

  • Table gift

  • Once you complete your purchase, we will reach out at a later date via the email address you provide to collect your guest list.

Attend and enjoy the luncheon while networking with others who share a passion for supporting dyslexia remediation.

Host Committee:
Linda Gladden, CALT
ALTA President

Lynne Fitzhugh, Ph.D., CALT-QI
ACF President

Libby Grafa, LDT, CALT-QI
Luncheon Co-Chair

Mallary Lattanze, M.Ed., LDT, CALT
Luncheon Co-Chair​

Sponsor Reception Hosts:
Kim Jameson, CALT, and Tom Jameson

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