The Ball is an event to inspire connection and change worldwide. From Silicon Valley to Congo to Minnesota – we connect our favorite people from around the world to celebrate humanitarian breakthroughs.
December 2, 2017
6:00pm Cocktail Hour
7:00pm Program & Dinner
9:30pm After Party & Desserts
Cocktail attire is suitable for the evening.
Presenting Sponsor Atomic Data, LLC Changemaker Ambassador Frank Babka International Business Sponsors Dahabshiil • Turkish Airlines Hosts BMO • John & Martha Bordwell • Dunn Brothers Coffee • Cindy & Perry Witkin Changemakers Ben & Nancy Boyum • Ward & Kris Brehm • Teresa & RJ Devick • David & Johanna Duclos • Paul & Elizabeth Erdahl • John & Suzanne Gappa • Jay & Peggy Halvorson • Jake & Cheryl Jacobsen • Dottie Jung & Craig Hedberg • Jennifer Martin • Katherine Merrill • Mark & Katie Mortenson • Mary Tjosvold • Tradition Capital Bank • Rich & Lynn Voelbel Idea Lab Sponsors Cresa Minneapolis • Ted & Carol Cushmore • Sue Wollan Fan & Al Fan • Barbara Forster & Larry Hendrickson • Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman • Madeleine & Philip Lowry • Resolution Graphics Champions Sarah & Anthony Brown • Ecolab, Inc • Herbert F. (Ted) Johnson • Mindy & Steve Lee • Imad & Christy Libbus • Littler Mendelson P.C. • John McGurl & Michelle Gluck • Northern Capital Insurance Group • Suzanne & Rick Pepin • Jay Shahidi & Csilla Grauzer • Megan Shaughnessy & Kurt Hessen • SWEATSHOP Health Club • Sarah Vessey • Mary & Ben Whitney Table Hosts Bernie & Ramona Benson • Mike Brehm • Hahn Chang & Sara Aliyeva • Jonathan & Jill Eisenberg • Global Language & Staffing Connections • Chris Kelley • Maestral International • Teri Minard • Greg & Heather Olson • Maureen Reed & Jim Hart • Holly Robbins • Rotary Club of Prior Lake • William & Lillian Rovick • RSP Architects • Jim Rustad & Kay Thomas • Piyumi & Priyantha Samaratunga • Wini Wu & Robert Lund
American Refugee Committee is building a 21st century humanitarian organization rooted in co-creating with committed people to provide more meaningful solutions to humanitarian crises worldwide. ARC works with more than 3 million people in crisis each year, and has nearly 1,600 staff around the globe.