North Kent Connect is excited to announce this year’s theme for its annual fundraiser: “North Kent Pastors’ Feud,” a game show in the style of Family Feud. The event takes place on Thursday, October 4 at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. Grazing stations with hearty appetizers and hors d’oeuvres will start at 6:00 p.m. with the program beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Teams made up of pastors, Rotarians, and Lions Club members battle against each other by naming the most popular answer to various survey questions, often to hilarious results.
Table sponsorships are now on sale and going quickly. Single tickets, if available, will go on sale Tuesday, September 11.
Proceeds from North Kent Pastors’ Feud will benefit the food and educational programs of North Kent Connect, a resource center serving northern Kent County.
Become a sponsor for North Kent Pastors’ Feud!
Why Become a Sponsor?
- Premium seating
- Advertising opportunities
- 10 tickets INCLUDED (for most levels)
- …and more!
Click below to view the available sponsorship levels and to fill out the request form.
Questions? Contact Aimee Baskovic, North Kent Connect marketing and PR contact at firstname.lastname@example.org or call North Kent Connect direct at (616) 866-3478.
Blythefield Christian Reformed
Fr. Stephen Durkee
Our Lady of Consolation
Sparta United Methodist
Blythefield Hills Baptist
Karen Fitz LaBarge
North Kent Presbyterian
Nurya Love Parish
Holy Spirit Episcopal
Fr. Tony Pelak
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Bella Vista Church
First Congregational Church of Rockford
East Nelson United Methodist
Jeff Amlotte, Mamrelund Lutheran
Game Show Emcee
Michael Bohnsack, NKC Board Member
There are many ways to describe North Kent Connect: food pantry, clothing pantry, resource center. We are a community at NKC. The “we” means everyone involved: staff, board, volunteers, donors and the clients who use our services. Everyone is welcome here. North Kent Connect is all about people.
A Community of Thriving People
North Kent Connect is a Christian organization committed to improving the lives of all people in northern Kent County by providing access to basic needs and promoting economic independence.
- All people are created in the image of God. All people are precious to God.
- We care for those in need with love and grace.
- We believe in neighbors helping neighbors through partnerships.
- We celebrate the diversity of people and treat everyone with compassion, dignity and respect.
- We empower people to make positive changes in their lives.
- We are good stewards of our resources.
Want more information? Contact us!