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20th Century Fox Studios
10201 West Pico Blvd, 100/1095
Los Angeles, CA 90064-2674

Select a sponsor level below to purchase tickets to support DRLC's Annual FDR Dinner

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Individual and student tickets are available for purchase.

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Ad Journal placements are available for purchase.

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Basic Sponsorship Package ($3,000)

8 tickets, name listed in ad journal as sponsor

Bronze Sponsorship Package ($5,000)

12 tickets, full page ad in ad journal

Silver Sponsorship Package ($10,000)

18 tickets, premium ad in ad journal, recognition on signage at event

Gold Sponsorship Package ($15,000)

25 tickets, premium ad in ad journal, recognition on signage at event, VIP reception

Platinum Sponsorship Package ($25,000)

25 tickets, ad inside front or back cover of ad journal, article in ad journal, recognition on signage at event, special pre-event tour, VIP reception, opportunity to introduce an awardee, optional branded giveaway

Premium Sponsorship Package ($50,000)

40 tickets, ad inside front or back cover of ad journal, full page story, recognition on signage at event, special pre-event tour, VIP reception, personalized photos with celebrity guests, opportunity to speak at the event, optional branded giveaway

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The History of the FDR Dinner

“We are trying to construct a more inclusive society. We are going to make a country in which no one is left out.”         

–           Franklin D. Roosevelt

As the only President to enter office with a physical disability, Franklin Delano Roosevelt had unique insight regarding building an inclusive society. Serving as U.S. Senator, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, and President, FDR sought to tear down barriers that limited people with disabilities.

Paralyzed from the waist down after contracting polio, he created modifications, including leg braces that allowed him to stand and vehicle modifications that allowed him to drive — one still used by millions of Americans with mobility disabilities.  

FDR’s commitment to empowering those with disabilities continues to inform Disability Rights Legal Center’s mission and purpose. DRLC honors this commitment with the Annual FDR Dinner.

This special annual event has honored such notable corporations and individuals as Nordstrom, Teledyne Technologies and the Los Angeles Dodgers.  Please join us in honoring luminaries from entertainment, education, civil liberties and business communities who demonstrate commitment to inclusion at DRLC’s:

43rd Annual FDR Dinner
20th Century Fox Studios
10201 West Pico Blvd, 100/1095
Los Angeles, CA 90064-2674
6pm - 10pm

Support Disability Rights Legal Center, and FDR’s vision of an inclusive society, by sponsoring its annual FDR Dinner.  For more information or to reserve participation, contact Jordan Kough by phone at 443-309-2283 or email at Jordan.Kough@drlcenter.org.

*Business Attire, No Tuxedo Required