MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Faulkner University leadership announced today that tickets are sold out to its Annual Benefit Dinner, to be held on Thursday October 6, according to Rebecca Burylo, a spokesperson for Faulkner University.
Candace Owens is the featured speaker at this year’s Annual Benefit Dinner. The event is a longstanding tradition and a red-letter event on the social calendar every year for Montgomery and the River Region.
“This year’s event will not only be an opportunity to hear a dynamic speaker who holds firm to traditional family and conservative values, but it will also be an opportunity for us to share exciting new educational opportunities for our students and new developments at Faulkner University. We are looking forward to the many ways our students and this institution can positively impact our community,” Burylo said. “We are also excited to be able to celebrate our law enforcement officers, both locally and around the country. We sincerely thank everyone who will join us that evening and for their continued support of Faulkner University.”
Proceeds from the dinner go to support the university, and primarily, student scholarships. Over the years, many students have benefited from receiving scholarships thanks to the generosity of those who attend these benefit dinners.
Faulkner University is a private, Christian liberal arts university based in Montgomery, Alabama. With a mission to provide an education anchored not only by intellect but also character and service, the Faulkner experience aims to educate the whole person. Serving both traditional and non-traditional students, the university is home to six colleges: the Alabama Christian College of Arts and Sciences, the Harris College of Business and Executive Education, the V.P. Black College of Biblical Studies, the College of Education, Faulkner Law and the College of Health Sciences. In addition to its main campus in Montgomery, Faulkner operates extension campuses in Birmingham, Huntsville and Mobile along with online degree programs.