On Saturday, September 24, 2022, the Birmingham Museum of Art will be taken back in time for a night of fun and fundraising! Harlem in the ‘Ham, hosted by the UAB MHRC Young Professionals Board, is a 1920’s themed casino night filled with great food, fun, and spirited libations. Jack Daniel’s will once again sponsor the Gentleman Jack VIP Lounge. All proceeds support a great cause — Healthy Happy Kids (HHK), the MHRC’s childhood obesity intervention. Learn more about the fundraiser and the hosts below.
Our 2022 Sponsors
— High Roller —
— Black Jack Circle —
— Poker Champ —
Brookwood Baptist Health
Brownstone Healthcare & Aesthetics
Bushelon Funeral Home, Inc.
UAB Family Clinic
— Deuces Wild —
Advanced Eye Care
Birmingham Gastroenterology Associates
Growth Capital Partners
Dr. Dee Neurology Consulting, LLC
Dr. Mona Fouad
Sheppard Harris, CPA
University of Alabama at Birmingham, Office of the President
UAB Department of Emergency Medicine, Heersink School of Medicine
Urology Centers of Alabama
— Dealer’s Choice —
Coca-Cola Bottling Company United
College Prep U
Covering Your Assets, LLC
Negro Southern League Museum
Raegan Durant, MD, MPH & Nefertiti Durant, MD, MPH
ReBirth Marketing & Consulting
— Player’s Circle —
New Horizen Coaching & Professional Growth Advancement
The Val Group
UAB Department of Pediatrics, Division of Adolescent Medicine
About the event
Harlem in the ‘Ham is hosted by the UAB Minority Health & Health Disparities Research Center (MHRC) Young Professionals Board. Proceeds from Harlem in the ‘Ham benefit Healthy Happy Kids, the MHRC’s childhood obesity intervention. Since the first Casino Royale in 2009, more than 3,000 young professionals, business and community leaders have raised more than $400,000 to help children learn healthy living skills.
About the YP Board
The UAB Minority Health & Health Disparities Research Center (MHRC) Young Professionals Board is an organization of 25- to 40-year old professionals. These MHRC ambassadors share a commitment to engaging new audiences in support of the Center’s efforts to eliminate health disparities. The board’s primary function is to raise funds to support research, community outreach, and training programs for junior faculty, medical students, and undergraduates.
Saturday, September 24, 2022
The Birmingham Museum of Art
To learn more about the MHRC Young Professionals Board and to browse other events, visit our website.