Applied Imaging is hosting its 3rd Annual Charity Fundraiser, Casino Royale, a play on the popular James Bond movie. The event will be hosted both outside and inside at the Applied Imaging Grand Rapids headquarters.
The event will benefit Children’s Healing Center, a non-profit organization that provides a safe, fun healing environment where kids with weak immune systems and families can connect with others. The center (the only one of its kind in the world) is open to any child from birth to 26 years old who is immune-compromised, and his or her family. There is a
diverse population of kids with medically complex conditions including: Autoimmune Conditions, Blood Disorders,
Congenital Heart Defects, Cancer, Kidney Disease, Neuromuscular Disorders, and Transplants.
This fundraiser, on Wednesday, August 11, 2021, at 6:30 PM, will be held at the Applied Imaging office at 5555
Glenwood Hills Parkway SE in Grand Rapids, MI, 49512. The collective goal between Applied Imaging and
Children’s Healing Center is to raise enough to provide at least 20 families with an all-inclusive membership to the
facility for one year. [A membership costs $2500 per year]
At Casino Royale, you can expect to play popular table games such as Blackjack, Texas Hold ‘Em, Craps, and
Roulette, sponsored by Hylant, CMPaper, Lighthouse Insurance, and Clover Imaging. One hundred percent of the
proceeds will go directly to CHC. You can cash your chips in for raffle tickets for items such as concert tickets and
Detroit Red Wings tickets from Applied Imaging, Visa Gift Cards from Ricoh, West Michigan Whitecaps prize
packages, charcuterie gift certificates from Board Meatings, and more. Much like the event in 2019, you can sip
Vesper Martini’s (James Bond’s signature drink,) take pictures with exotic sports cars from Grand Rapids Auto
Gallery, indulge in gourmet, catered tapas, and socialize with some of the top business leaders in West Michigan.
Applied Imaging’s Marketing Team even has a few other tricks up their sleeve and promises it to be a completely
different and elevated experience than years past.
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