Miriam’s Storybook Ball


Miriam’s Storybook Ball will celebrate the $9,000,000 Learning to Succeed campaign, which helped launch Miriam Academy and provided funding for the state-of-the-art addition and renovation to Miriam School. The event will also celebrate the success of our Miriam students, alumni and amazing staff. The Storybook Ball promises to be an exciting evening of fun and philanthropy.

Proceeds from Miriam’s Storybook Ball will benefit the Learning to Succeed campaign and support Miriam’s Annual Fund, providing support to all of Miriam's programs, including tuition assistance which allows more families access to a quality, individualized Miriam education.

Tickets to The Storybook Ball, are no longer available, but there is still time to participate in the Silent Auction. Visit our event website to view the items available, and sign up to start bidding. The Auction is now live and will close on Saturday, February 3 at 8pm.

THANK YOU to all of the supporters of Miriam's Storybook Ball: Snow White

Presenting Sponsors
Centene Charitable Foundation
Noémi and Michael Neidorff
Steward Family Foundation
World Wide Technology

Chapter One Sponsors
Ritter/Caro Family

Chapter Three Sponsors
Stephanie and Jeff DePlanty
Fox Family Foundation
George Gladis and Marci Rosenberg
Hannah and Larry Langsam
Judith Ann LeDoux
Lewis Rice
Lori and J.Y. Miller
Paula and Rodger Riney
RiverVest Venture Partners
Judi Scissors and Sam Broh
Mary and Joe Stieven

Chapter 5 Sponsors
The Conley Family
Moneta Group Charitable Foundation
Lisa and Andy Thorp

Entertainment Underwriter
Carol D. Walton

Valet Underwriter
Bond Architects, Inc.

Marilyn and Sam Fox
Sandy and David Gant
Susan Meltz
Plancorp, Inc.
Rubin and Associates
Wangler Family
Judy and Jerry Zafft

Camilla and Stephen Brauer
Contemporary Productions
Benjamin F. Edwards
Gloria Feldman-In honor of Judi Scissors
Mrs. Judith Gall
Virlinda and Darrell Konneman
Kuhn Foundation
Lawlor Corporation
Mary Neiss
Oswald Companies
Jacquelyn and Richard Schnidman
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sivewright
Wells Fargo