Reflections of Trinity 20th Anniversary Emerald Gala
Saturday, September 16th, 2023
Atlanta Marriott Northwest at Galleria
200 Interstate North Parkway SE
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
A Cause For Celebration
This black-tie (optional) dinner affair celebrates the many accomplishments over our 20 year history and sets the standard for a successful year ahead. The 20th Anniverary Gala serves as an opportunity to honor those that have made significant contributions to enhance the quality of life for those living in the margins, individuals that have a heart to build stronger communities through service and education. This event is Reflections of Trinity’s largest networking and social event of the year, a cause for celebration and a celebration for a cause
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
6:00pm – 7:00pm
Cocktails and Networking
Dinner and Awards
Cocktail Party Meet & Greet
Join us for a memorable and lively cocktail party from 6pm-7:30pm. Indulge in a cash bar stocked with top-shelf spirits, while mingling with a dynamic and diverse group of guests who share your passion for philanthropy. To get you started, your first beverage is complimentary!
Our cocktail hour will be filled with entertainment booths that will captivate and engage you! Whether you’re looking for a photo booth to capture your fabulous night or a chance to test your luck with our fantastic wine pull, silent paddle auction and gift card grab games, we’ve got you covered. You’ll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in a world of wonder and delight while contributing to a meaningful cause.
And what’s a cocktail hour without music? We’ve got you covered there too, with a fantastic steel band that will transport you to an island paradise. Their infectious rhythms will have you swaying and dancing the night away.
Don’t miss out on this unforgettable experience. Come raise a glass with us, socialize with like-minded individuals, and make a difference in our community. Purchase your tickets today and get ready for an evening of celebration, connection, and impact!
Dale Murphy, back-to-back MVP winner and MLB legend, played most of his 20-year career with the Atlanta Braves, finishing up with the Philadelphia Phillies and Colorado Rockies. One of the most productive and decorated stars of the ‘80s, Dale was named to the National League All-Star team 7 times (5 as a starter), won 5 consecutive Gold Glove Awards and 4 Silver Slugger Awards During the decade spanning 1981-1990, Dale led the major leagues in home runs and RBI. He also led the National League in games played, at-bats, runs scored, hits, extra base hits, runs created, total bases and plate appearances.
Dale was on the cover of Sports Illustrated 3 times and was named one of their Sportsmen and Sportswomen of the Year in 1987, representing Major League Baseball as the athlete “Who Cared the Most.” He was presented with this award by President Ronald Regan in the Oval Office of the White House. His long list of honors and awards include the prestigious Roberto Clemente Award, Lou Gehrig Award, and Bart Giamatti Award. He has been inducted into the World Sports Humanitarian Hall of Fame, the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame, the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame, and the Atlanta Braves Hall of Fame.
Dale retired from baseball in 1993 after a long and successful career. His number (#3) was the fourth in the history of the Atlanta Braves organization to be retired and hangs today in Truist Park, taking its place among other Braves greats.
Dale and his wife, Nancy, lead baseball focused humanitarian trips to the Dominican Republic along with a nonprofit group (ROAM Humanitarian). Their goal is to spread a love for the game and also provide educational opportunities to the wonderful people of the DR.
Dale served his Church in a volunteer position as the President of the Massachusetts Boston Mission supervising 700 total young men and women from 1997-2000. He handled logistics, made organization decisions, provided emotional support, created educational content and learning experiences, and a filled variety of other leadership roles. He has lent his name to numerous charities through the years and, in the process, helped with substantial fundraising efforts. He is a partner in a restaurant in Atlanta (“Murph’s”) and involved in several other business ventures.
Dale is still known as one of the true gentlemen of the game and is one of the most beloved athletes to ever play in Atlanta. He and his wife of 43 years, Nancy, are the parents of 8 children and grandparents of 16.
Since his retirement from baseball, Dale has been speaking around the world to thousands of individuals and leaders on Resilience, Success, Culture and Big-League Leadership.
Former Major League Baseball Player
Atlanta Braves Hall of Famer
Honored with "Who Cares Most" Award by President Ronald Reagan
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Join us on Saturday, September 16th for Reflections of Trinity’s largest networking and social event of the year! The 20th Anniversary Emerald Gala is going to be a night to remember and an event you don’t want to miss!