The nonprofit used both virtual and live elements to raise funds to provide free medical services to those who need them.
Courtesy of Shepherd's Hope staff
Shepherd’s Hope put a twist on its signature masquerade-ball fundraiser Oct. 24 by hosting a hybrid broadcast event called Mask-R-Aid. The event spotlighted the nonprofit’s mission of providing free quality medical care to those who are uninsured or underinsured
in Central Florida. The event was available virtually to those who purchased a broadcast ticket, and a small group gathered together in person at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church to host and enjoy the evening. Participants enjoyed entertainment, live and silent auctions and a custom mask contest.