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The BIG Event 2019

You’re invited to The BIG Event! The Global Orphan Project is thrilled to host our annual celebration on Saturday, August 17, 2019 in the heart of Kansas City, Missouri. Join us at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, as we celebrate hope, transformation and investment in the lives of kids who need family.





What is The BIG Event?

What began as a small gathering in our founders’ backyard has turned into one of our most meaningful traditions: The BIG (Build-Invest-Grow) Event. The purpose of the evening is to share, learn and celebrate what God is doing through this global community caring for local children and families in crisis.


“It’s an opportunity to experience our Father’s heart for His children around the world without leaving KC,” said Trace Thurlby, GO Project President.


What to expect

The BIG Event 2019

We’ll begin the evening in the Kauffman Center’s Brandmeyer Great Hall, before moving into Helzberg Hall for a glimpse into the lives and future of children and families around the world. Appropriate for the venue, our evening incorporates the powerful stories of our ministry to reflect the beauty, joy and potential of the children we serve. Hosted by co-founders Mike and Beth Fox, the 2019 BIG Event will feature live music, cinematography and stories of life transformation being written from Kansas City, Missouri to Kampala, Uganda.


You’re invited!

From delicious food and the gorgeous setting, to compelling stories of faith and perseverance, expect a beautiful evening with an even more beautiful purpose. Proceeds from The BIG Event will go to meet the
greatest needs of orphaned and vulnerable children in the care of The Global Orphan Project’s local church
partners. We hope to see you there!


GOEX at The BIG Event

Doors Open: 7 P.M.
Cocktail Attire
Drinks & Hors d’oeuvres




Not able to make it? You can still donate toward Greatest Needs to make a tangible difference in the life of a child.


For more information on sponsorship opportunities, please contact Kali Nelson at kali@goproject.org.