Lindner Center of HOPE’s 7th Annual Touchdown for HOPE
February 7, 2016 ~ The Best Super Bowl Party In Town!
Registration is closed.
*Admission included food, drinks, and free parking in the Riverfront Parking Garage.
Super Bowl 50 – The Golden Anniversary Game was played in San Francisco, but attendees joined friends and family, avoided jet lag, and became part of our event “HOST Team” at Cincinnati’s own Great American Ballpark!
It was an evening of fun, food, football, big screen TV’s supporting a true Cincinnati treasure!
The 7th Annual Touchdown for HOPE once again was in the Champions Club at Great American Ballpark. It provided the perfect casual environment with couches, recliners, and numerous televisions-something for every fan. Guests enjoyed Cincinnati favorites including Skyline Chili, LaRosa’s, and United Diary Farmers.
All proceeds from this year’s event benefited the Bipolar and Mood Disorders Research Fund at Lindner Center of HOPE. Twenty five percent of Americans suffer from a mental illness in any given year, with about 1 in 10 suffering from mood disorders. Lindner Center of HOPE offers compelling clinical treatment and research by world class clinicians. Paul E. Keck, Jr., MD, CEO, and Susan L. McElroy, MD, and the entire team at Lindner Center of HOPE provide life-changing research and clinical programs for the successful treatment of patients. Their research, vision, and oversight have greatly enhanced how mood disorders and co-occurring conditions are diagnosed and treated.