Today: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Last year was tough. For our children, it was really tough. Luckily The DoSeum is a space dedicated to helping children reconnect to joy and curiosity. When you support The DoSeum, you are supporting a safe space for San Antonio’s children to explore what it means to be a kid again.
Join us for the 11th annual Outside the Lunchbox Luncheon on October 7th from 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM with keynote speakers and guests Sissy Goff, M.Ed., LPC-MHSP, and David Thomas, L.M.S.W.
Sissy Goff spends most of her days talking with girls and their families, with the help of her counseling assistant/pet therapist, Lucy the Havanese. She has worked as the Director of Child and Adolescent Counseling at Daystar Counseling Ministries in Nashville, Tennessee since 1993, with a Master’s degree from Vanderbilt University. Sissy speaks to parents across the country and is the author of eleven books including Raising Girls. and her newest books, Raising Worry-Free Girls and Braver, Stronger Smarter (for elementary school girls).
Sissy is a regular contributor to various podcasts and publications, including their podcast called Raising Boys and Girls.
David Thomas is the Director of Family Counseling at Daystar Counseling (daystarcounseling.com) in Nashville, TN, the co-author of eight books, including the best-selling Wild Things: The Art of Nurturing Boys (Tyndale House Publishers). He is a frequent guest on national television and podcasts, including their own soon-to-be released podcast called Raising Boys and Girls, and has been featured in publications like USA Today, and speaks across the country. He recently completed Are My Kids on Track? The 12 Emotional, Social & Spiritual Milestones Your Child Needs to Reach.
He and his wife, Connie, have a daughter, twin sons and a feisty yellow lab named Owen.
Join us for a free Educator-focused event with Sissy Goff, M.Ed., LPC-MHSP, and David Thomas, L.M.S.W.! Earn 1 CPE hour while engaging in a live Q&A session with our Outside The Lunchbox Luncheon speakers as you explore how to understand and navigate challenging emotions in the classroom.
The event is free to attend with limited capacity and requires an RSVP.
In-Person Attendance For The Educator Event is At-Capacity, we encourage Educators to register to attend virtually with the link below!
Family Around Town
Valued at $2,500
Girls Night Out
Valued at $2,000
Birthday At The DoSeum
Valued at $1,500
Ranch and Leisure Life
Valued at $1,500
Hill Country Experience
Valued at $1,500
In-person attendance to The Outside The Lunchbox Luncheon is at capacity. We encourage those who'd are interested in our keynote speaks to attend the luncheon virtually.
All Donations Are 100% Tax Deductible
Your gift nourishes us all through a curated menu of savory food and refreshing drinks served during the luncheon. As a small thank you, you will receive a prominent name or logo recognition on our invitation*, website, and event program. Plus a link for up to 20 people to learn more on how to raise worry-free, brave, and resilient children.
Your gift enables the event to be accessible for all through audio, visual, and virtual support, and printed materials. In celebration of your support, your name or logo will be included in the invitation* and event program. Plus a link to learn more on how to raise worry-free, brave, and resilient children.
Your gift provides professional development for over 100 educators, transforming classrooms into supportive spaces. Your organization will be given the opportunity to provide the welcome at the Educator Event. You will also receive name or logo recognition on our invitation*, website, and event program.
Your gift brings peace of mind throughout the event with desserts, beautiful centerpieces, and table gifts. To recognize your support you will receive name recognition on our invitation and event program.
At this time underwriting opportunities for The Outside The Lunchbox Luncheon have been met.
For additional questions on sponsorships and underwriting opportunities, please email Sara Pfeifer at Spfeifer@TheDoSeum.org.