Join us at the close of the Georgia Bio Innovation Summit for food, drinks, and fun to help the Georgia BioEd Institute prepare students to be tomorrow’s STEM leaders.
The Gala will feature a live band, gaming tables, hors d’oeuvres, premium open bar, and silent auction. Eat, drink and play for free while you bid for a variety of great items including vacation rentals, wine, museum and event tickets, jewelry, and artwork. Plus, we will have Game 1 of the World Series showing at the event. Can’t join us? No worries! You can participate in online bidding from the comfort of your own home!
Proceeds from the Gala will benefit the Georgia BioEd Institute, which strengthens Georgia’s life science workforce pipeline through classroom-to-career initiatives that align with industry needs. Your support will help us continue offering teacher professional development, free laboratory supplies to schools, and a student biotechnology research competition. For every $100 raised, we can impact 140 students!
The Georgia BioEd Institute is a division of Georgia Bio, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and your donation may qualify as a charitable deduction for federal income tax purposes.
STEP 1: Get A Ticket
Get your ticket if you are planning to attend the event. Tickets are $50 each, unless you are already registered for the Innovation Summit. Summit registration includes admission to Casino Night. If you do not plan to attend the event in person, skip this step.
STEP 2: Register for Bidding
To register your phone and setup your credit card information, go online here, or text GEORGIABIO17 to 24700. There is no obligation to purchase until you make a bid, but registering your phone now will save you the hassle during the event. You will receive a text confirmation with a link to a personal bidding page.
STEP 3: Place Your Bids
Browse items and enter bids from your personal bidding page (link texted to you after registration) OR text the 3-digit item number and amount to the welcome message you receive, (e.g., 101 500) no dollar signs or decimals are needed.
Casino Night Gala is sponsored by UCB, Inc.