Benefits the Brigance Brigade Foundation's fight against ALS
Join Drew Vanlandingham and Vanlandingham Design Studio for an evening of music with four Classical, Theater, Jazz, Country, and Pop artists.
The concert will be full of energy, excitement and will be dedicated to Lynn Kotz and her family; one of Baltimore's most prestigious Event Planners who battled ALS until 2012 and was supported by Brigance Brigade Foundation with the provision of an eye-gaze communication device.
Every piece of the evening was donated, which means every dollar is going directly to support ALS families via Brigance Brigade Foundation. Following Suit & Tie: A Voice with a Choice concert, will be an after party with drinks, food, and ALS Champions: O.J. and Chanda Brigance, co-founders of Brigance Brigade Foundation.
The Suite & Tie event will be held Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 6:30PM at The Grand: 225 North Charles Street, Baltimore. Tickets are $75 per person, with additional opportunities to get involved throughout the night. Please note: concert begins sharply at 6:30PM and space is limited.
About The Vanlandingham Design Studio
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About the Brigance Brigade Foundation
ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) is also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, and is a progressive, degenerative neuromuscular disorder that robs its victims of the ability to walk, talk, breathe, and swallow. There is no known cause or cure. The Brigance Brigade Foundation supports those with ALS and their families through the provision of medical equipment, resource guidance, and support services. Read more: www.brigancebrigade.org / www.facebook.com/brigancebrigade
About O.J. and Chanda Brigance
O.J. Brigance attended Rice University as a linebacker, and continued on to play with the NFL four seasons with the Miami Dolphins. In 2000, he joined the Baltimore Ravens, helping them to win the Super Bowl. After retiring from the NFL, Brigance re-joined the Ravens in the front office, and today he acts as Senior Adviser to Player Development. In 2007, Brigance was diagnosed with ALS and in 2008, he and his wife, Chanda, founded the Brigance Brigade Foundation, which supports those with ALS and their families through the provision of medical equipment, resource guidance, and support services. They continue to serve as the Foundation Chair and Vice Chair, respectively.
In 2017, O.J. and Chanda marked their ten year anniversary since first being diagnosed with ALS; 10% of those with the disease will have the opportunity to mark that milestone.