Cavs vs. Bulls AVC Awareness Night

Join Athletes vs. Crohn’s & Colitis in Chicago for a great afternoon of fun, hoops, and fundraising!

We hope to see you on Sunday, January 27th, as AVC co-founder Larry Nance Jr. and the Cleveland Cavaliers take on the Chicago Bulls at the United Center. We hope to fill the arena with AVC fans and cannot wait to share this afternoon with you to spread awareness for Crohn’s and Colitis in the adolescent population! We are excited for the opportunity to give back to the IBD community in Chicago, as proceeds from the event will be donated to IBD research at Northwestern Medical Center!

All guests at this special event will join AVC co-founder Noah Weber, along with his family, and fellow AVC supporters for a pregame event in the NBA Room at the United Center! Included are a buffet dinner with stadium fare, soft drinks, cash bar, great raffle prizes (including signed memorabilia and a post-game meet and greet with Larry Nance Jr.,) and opportunity to learn more about AVC. After lunch, enjoy the game and cheer loud, as Larry and the Cavs take on the Chicago Bulls at 2:30pm in a great Eastern Conference battle!

We hope to see you for this fun opportunity to support Larry, Noah, Northwestern Medical Center, and Athletes vs. Crohn’s & Colitis! Go Cavs!


Ticket options:

LAYUP: $65/person, includes pregame event with lunch and soft drinks, cash bar, 1 raffle ticket, 300 level seat for Cavs vs. Bulls, and $10 donation to AVC – perfect for Northwestern Students!!

FREE THROW: $110/person, includes pregame event with lunch and soft drinks, cash bar, 1 raffle ticket, 200 Lexus Club level seat for Cavs vs. Bulls, and $10 donation to AVC

3 POINTER: $120/person, includes pregame event with lunch and soft drinks, cash bar, 3 raffle tickets, 200 Lexus Club level seat for Cavs vs. Bulls, and $20 donation to AVC

HALF COURT SHOT: $175/person, includes pregame event with lunch and soft drinks, cash bar, 10 raffle tickets, 100 Lexus Club level seat for Cavs vs. Bulls, AVC t-shirt and awareness bracelet, and $50 donation to AVC