CASE STUDY: ASD ArtBeat for Humanity


A Different Kind of Gala Event 

Embarking on a path to create an inaugural event for a non-profit allows for creativity, as well as a thoughtful process of how guests will connect with each other, and with the cause. Positioning the event to stand-out was an important goal for Arts & Services for Disabled, Inc. and was accomplished by reaching  new horizons with food, wine, music, the arts and a connection with the clients of ASD.

Event Goal:

  • Establish an annual gala for Arts & Services for Disabled, Inc.
  • Create a space for music, food, wine, art and a true connection to the donor community
  • Incorporate art

Event Highlights:

  • Musical performance by prominent percussionist and band leader, Chalo Eduardo
  • Ensemble Latin jazz band
  • An interactive and collaborative guest artwork experience
  • Food Stations and Wine Pairings
  • Art Auction

The Client Says:

“All of us at Arts & Services for Disabled were blown away by the precision job you and your miracle-working staff did for us at our Inaugural Artbeat for Humanity Gala in June. 

You and your team really took the stress out of this project for us.  When we decided that our 30th anniversary was the right time to have our first gala event, we knew we wanted to do it right, and we knew we needed to find some expert help.  We are so grateful to have found Sunday Sol Events, because you anticipated everything, coached us through all of the details and prepared us for a great success.  

We could not have imagined a more perfect evening, and the feedback from our guests has been tremendous.”

Michelle Says:

“When a client comes along with such passion, and willingness to entrust the project to our hands, incredible results unfold.  The leadership at ASD is tremendous and their level of respect for each other, the community and the clients they serve is incredible.  Music and art and so much more are part of their mission and the vibration they create is truly amazing.  It was an honor and a pleasure to work with ASD.”