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A MAGICAL EVENT!

Congratulations to our 2023 honorees,

Lynda Fairly & John Franklin!

The evening began with a reception, including games, a silent auction, music, drinks, and appetizers, followed by a gourmet dinner, and a live auction. 


Corporate Sponsorship Levels

Enchanted Sponsor – $20,000

  • 20 Tickets
  • Prominent Logo on all Event Materials
  • 2 Min. Commercial during the event
  • Social Media & Print Media Recognition
  • Full-Page Advertisement in Event Program
  • Event Recognition
  • VIP Lunch Seats
  • Access to VIP Toast after the event
  • 50% off Additional Tickets  

Magical Sponsor – $10,000

  • Table for 10
  • Prominent logo on all event materials
  • Logo placement in all media ads
  • Event swag bag
  • Early access to the garden
  • Social media, website, & newsletter spot
  • Half-page ad in the event program
  • Engraved brick in the Mary Crowley donor walkway
  • Recognition during event

Dreamy Sponsor – $5,000

  • Table for 8
  • Logo on all event materials
  • Early access to the garden
  • Social media, website, & newsletter spot
  • Quarter page ad in the event program
  • Engraved brick in the Mary Crowley donor walkway
  • Recognition during event

Mythical Sponsor – $2,500

  • Table for 8
  • Early access to the garden
  • Social media, website, & newsletter spot
  • Engraved brick in the Mary Crowley donor walkway
  • Recognition during event

Whimsical Sponsor – $1,500

  • Table for 8
  • Social media, website, & newsletter spot
  • Recognition during event

Bloom 2023

An Enchanted Evening in Bloom

Saturday, September 23, 2023

Girls Inc. of Carpinteria
5315 Foothill Rd.
Carpinteria, CA 93013

5 – 9 PM
4:30 VIP Early Entrance

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Jamie Collins

Executive Director

Jamie Balch Collins is a dedicated professional serving as the Executive Director, leveraging over 20 years of experience in youth development. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and Gender Studies from the University of the Pacific, she also participated in the Semester at Sea program, traveling to over 10 countries in just 3 months.

Jamie’s commitment to community service is evident through her involvement in various organizations. She is a proud member of the Carpinteria Rotary Club, a volunteer at the Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center, and a committee member with Women Making Change. Notably, Jamie is a driving force behind the Carpinteria Non-Profit Collaborative, a collective effort established to unify local non-profits in the area. She also serves as co-chair with the Santa Barbara County Commission for Women. 

Recognized for her outstanding achievements, Jamie was honored in 2021, with the prestigious “40 Under 40” award by the Pacific Coast Business Times. Her multifaceted skill set encompasses operations management, fundraising, and accounting, demonstrating her comprehensive understanding of organizational dynamics.

Jamie is deeply motivated by her personal and professional values, striving to make a positive difference in the local community. With a passion for youth development and a track record of successful collaborative initiatives, she continues to be a driving force for positive change in the areas she serves.

Jamie@girlsinc-carp.org

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Kenya Rodriguez

Programs Director

Kenya has worked for the organization for 7 years; she was our Teen & Eureka! manager prior to her promotion to Program Director where she oversees our on-campus and outreach programs. She regularly launches new program models to reach more youth at our campus and community sites. Kenya is a Girls Inc. alumna who knows firsthand the power of an all-girl environment. She holds a B.A. in women’s and gender studies and is a certified College Board Counselor, working with our teens to ensure they are on the path to post-secondary education.  

Kenya@girlsinc-carp.org

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