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Thu, May 11


Vibrant Arena at The Mark

One Eighty Annual Dinner Celebration

An incredible evening celebrating life change and resilience!

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One Eighty Annual Dinner Celebration
One Eighty Annual Dinner Celebration

Time & Location

May 11, 2023, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Vibrant Arena at The Mark, 1201 River Dr, Moline, IL 61265, USA


About the event

One Eighty Annual Dinner Celebration 2023

RESILIENT: the ability to overcome life's challenges

Join us for an evening celebrating the resiliency of the human spirit. We will have live testimonies of life change, a fabulous and free meal, and the opportunity to partner in bringing hope and love to the Quad Cities. You will leave in awe of how God is working right here in the QC.


Date: Thursday, May 11, 2023

Time: 6 - 8 pm (doors open at 5:30 pm)

Location: The Vibrant Arena at the Mark, 1201 River Drive, Moline

Cost: Free (a no-pressure opportunity to support One Eighty will be given)

Seating: Register to host a table of 10 (you do not need to fill the table completely - just let us know how many are joining you as we get closer). Or register for a seat or two. Either way is great for us!

Parking: Free parking is available in the Vibrant Arena lot

Attire: Come as you wish - some people enjoy dressing up and others join us in jeans. We aren't picky - we're just glad you can come.

Frequently Asked Questions:

How much does it cost?

There is no cost to host a table and the event is free to attend. There will be an opportunity to support One Eighty but no pressure to give!

What is the event like?

There will be a free dinner, videos, testimonies and stories of hope and encouragement about what God is doing at One Eighty and in our community.

How many people should I invite?

A table seats 10 people. You are welcome to invite as many or as few people as you want. If you have less than 10 people, you may be seated with other guests. If you have more than 10 people you will have more than 1 table but they will be next to each other.

What do I have to do the night of the event?

The table host is really what makes our event so successful. Your personal invite is what gets people there. The night of the event you will greet your guests, make sure they feel welcome and during the giving portion of the evening you will hand out and collect an info card/envelope. At the end of the evening you will drop off your table’s envelope to one of our stations around the room. It’s very simple!

Who should I invite?

Friends, relatives, neighbors, coworkers. They could be people who know a lot about One Eighty or people who have never heard of One Eighty. If you think they would enjoy hearing stories of life change and would be interested in learning more about One Eighty, they would be a great person to invite.

Are kids able to attend?

Due to the nature of the testimonies shared and limited space, we ask that children younger than 13 not attend.

When do I have to know who my guests are?

We won’t need a final number for your table until late in April. We will follow up with you by email to get your totals. Please make sure we have your email address.

What if I say yes but I can’t fill a table?

That’s no problem! Whether you bring 2 people or 22, we are grateful that you are joining us. We will just seat your group with another group that isn’t full.

Still have questions? Contact Shelly Punke at 563-424-4589 or

About One Eighty:

One Eighty prevents recurring cycles of crisis, poverty and addiction in kids and families through school-based programming including before- and after-school clubs, free athletic leagues, summer camps, and practical supports for families in need of food and furniture. We also reach out to those suffering from crisis, poverty and addiction through jail initiatives and neighborhood support. Finally, One Eighty develops those who want help overcoming addiction, incarceration and other crisis situations in their lives through a 14-month residential program that includes job training, mentoring, life skills, and long-term stability living options. We are a faith-based nonprofit based in Davenport, Iowa, and we offer our services free of charge to anyone in need.

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