Come Celebrate! the 2018 DIGICOM Learning

“It’s All About The Kids!”

Annual Luncheon

Mark your calendars for April 7, 2018, at 11:30AM.

The luncheon will be hosted at Agua Caliente Resort, 32-250 Bob Hope Dr., Rancho Mirage.

We invite you to the 3rd Annual “IT’S ALL ABOUT THE KIDS” luncheon and auction to benefit DIGICOM LEARNING in the Palm Springs Unified School District covering Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, Desert Hot Springs, and Thousand Palms.

Honoring Patty Newman for her 10 years of support!

Patty Newman and her husband Arthur continue to be on the forefront of philanthropic leadership in the Coachella Valley. Patty not only donates generously to many worthy non-profit organizations, she also gives of her time and creative energy.  She currently chairs the Coachella Valley Wellness Foundation and is past chair of the Community Blood Bank. Civically, she has chaired two Rancho Mirage Commissions; the Cultural Commission during the city’s 20th Anniversary, publishing the Rancho Mirage Historical Booklet and was the first Chair of the Historic Preservation Commission. Always interested in women’s issues, she chaired the American Heart Association’s ‘Go-Red for Women’ for two years bringing together the largest ever support for the cause in the Valley.

DIGICOM Learning is an amazing education program that engages our youth in digital storytelling to ensure their success in school, community, and life. By placing innovative technology at the center of education in Coachella Valley, DIGICOM provides our youth with the ‘Four C’s” of 21st Century Skills: Communication, Collaboration, Creativity, and Critical Thinking,  Youth are, indeed, our future, and DIGICOM is leading the way in ensuring that all our youth have promising futures.

Did you know that DIGICOM

  • Has trained over 500 teachers reaching over 10,000 students?
  • Provides support and after-school programs that engage disengaged youth, helping them find their voice, as well as a vital role in telling the story of our desert communities?
  • Has caught the eye of major research universities for it’s potential to re-energize K-12 education?

Ticket Sales

Registration for this event is closed.

If you have any questions regarding seating for this event, please call our office at (760) 537-0450