Join Promise686 for our annual benefit on October 21, 6 PM, at the brand new SunTrust Park!

Bring Them Home” will be held in exclusive, terrace-level party suites overlooking the Braves baseball field. We will share stories of what God is doing through Promise686 and celebrate His promise and our opportunity to be part of “setting the lonely in families” – Psalm 68:6.

Gather with Promise686‘s friends, old and new, for dinner and an evening filled with:

  • Appetizers, drinks, and live-music reception.
  • Desirable Silent Auction items, luxurious to practical, and raffle offerings with wide appeal.
  • Program highlighting current success and the continued urgency of Promise686‘s mission.
  • Thirty-minute high-access stadium tours directly benefitting our adoption grant fund.
  • And much more – table and ticket sales are now open!

We’re busy planning a compelling evening and are continually grateful to our friends for gathering to give generously and share Promise686 within their circles.

Please secure your position on our “home team” at this year’s gathering! By hosting a table, attending with friends, and/or partnering with us as a corporate sponsor, you’ll advance the vision and mission of Promise686. Your participation and commitment increases awareness and funding; enabling life-changing intervention for increasing numbers of foster children and orphans – locally and globally!

SunTrust Night View

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Bring Them Home 2017 | Corporate Sponsors

Enjoy! The gallery below highlights scenes from past events, since October 2014, and expresses mutual endorsement of the sponsors listed below. We are grateful for their partnership in the good work of a finding a family for every child!

If you attended “Destination Home”  the Promise Concert at Ascension Air – we hope you came away energized! Your gifts of hospitality and generosity allowed us to continue addressing great needs in foster care and adoption. The evening featured the versatility of featured artist, Kurt Scobie, and we were challenged by Andy Cook, Promise686 President, and Virginia Pryor, Deputy Division Director of Child Welfare, to consider children journeying alone, and charged to continue on in the calling to “live the promise.”

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