The Nouveau Image produced The Moyer Foundation’s “Merry Happy Happenings”, a fundraising event for Camp Erin, at Sigma Sound. Founded by professional MLB pitcher Jaime Moyer and his wife Karen, Camp Erin is a free bereavement camp for children. Within about 10 years, the foundation has raised over 20 million dollars and created over 60 camps across the US.
The Nouveau Image elegantly decorated the event space, transforming the blank Sigma venue into a VIP Winter Wonderland. At the entrance guests were welcomed with a hot cocoa bar and a glass of champagne next to a warm roaring fire. This was followed by private tours of the world famous facilities then the formal event began. Guests were surrounded by beautiful white leather furniture and an enormous selection of light bites from some of Philadelphia’s top restaurants.
The Nouveau Image was responsible for all aspects of the event from start to finish, even creating a special members board of Philadelphia’s most influential people to help raise funds and spread awareness of the event. The Nouveau Image was also able to gain donations of the space (Sigma Sound), liquor (by Diageo), and the food from world famous chef Marc Vetri’s Osteria, Raw Sushi and Sake Lounge, Swanky Bubbles, and Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House. We also hired Vivian Green to perform during the event. The fundraiser was filled with Philadelphia’s finest including Jimmy Rollins, Jon Dorenbos, the Foodie Magician, and many more Philadelphia Phillies players. The co-branding opportunity was a success with $73,000 being raised for the camp.