We hope you will join us at the historic and beautiful Canyon Gate Country Club for a fun and memorable day with Hall-of-Famers, Oakland Raiders, actors, musicians, entertainers, and comedians in support of a great cause.
To support the Biletnikoff Foundation and its mission to help teens in crisis.
For more information or to become a sponsor, visit biletnikoff.org -or- call 925-556-2525
Rich Gannon played with the Washington Redskins, the Kansas City Chiefs, and the Oakland Raiders. With the Raiders, he achieved his greatest successes, including four consecutive seasons making the Pro Bowl, three consecutive postseason appearances, one MVP, and an appearance in Super Bowl XXXVII.
Phil Villapiano was one of the fastest linebackers of his era. He specialized in making big plays - none bigger than his momentum changing goal-line tackle against the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl XI, where he forced the fumble that was recovered by Willie Hall. Villapiano was the linebacker assigned to cover Franco Harris during the Immaculate Reception on December 23, 1972.
Widely considered one of the game's all-time greatest defensive players, Rod Woodson holds the NFL record for fumble recoveries (32) by a defensive player, and interceptions returned for touchdown (12), and was named the NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 1993.
LIVE MUSIC BY THE RAT PACK
Performing at the Welcome Reception on May 15th at the JW Marrioott. See registration details to attend.
ABOUT THE FOUNDATION
The mission of the Biletnikoff Foundation is to commemorate Tracey Biletnikoff’s life and her untimely death and to enable young people to realize their full potential through the support of community and education programs that effectively address the related problems of substance abuse and domestic violence.
In 2000, the Foundation launched Tracey’s Place of Hope, a residential program for adolescent girls in crisis with mental health and substance abuse problems. The center helps turn tragedy into daily miracles by preparing young people to manage their recovery, their mental and emotional health issues, as well as teaching teens the necessary skills to live independently. Most of our teens come to Tracey’s Place of Hope with little or no vision for their future, but flourish when given the opportunity.