Restoration Gala featuring former Mizzou Star and NBA Player Keyon Dooling – Warrensburg, MO
March 7 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm$25
Join us for our 3rd Annual Restoration Gala
University of Central Missouri * Elliott Student Union Ballroom
517 S. Holden * Warrensburg, MO
Registration will begin at 5:30 PM
Tickets can be purchased here.
Can’t make it to the event? You can still support the Rescue & Restore Even More effort.
All funds raised during this event will go towards the future expansion of Show-Me.
We are currently working to complete phase one of our three phase plan.
If you like to make a donation by check, please send them to:
Show-Me Christian Youth Home
P.O. Box 6 La Monte, MO 65337
*Please indicate that your donation is for the Restoration Gala
Our Featured Speaker- Keyon Dooling
Keyon Dooling is a retired professional basketball player who enjoyed thirteen exciting seasons in the NBA. Mr. Dooling served 8 years on the NBPA’s Executive Committee in numerous roles, including 6 years as a Union VP, 3 years as 1st VP and a role on the NBA’s Competition Committee. Since Keyon’s retirement from the League he has become a successful entrepreneur, charismatic motivational speaker, certified life coach and author of his autobiography entitled, “What’s Driving You? How I Overcame Abuse and Learned to Lead in the NBA”.
HIS BASKETBALL CAREER
Keyon was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, attended Cardinal Gibbons, and graduated from Dillard High School Mr. Dooling attended the University of Missouri where he became the 10th overall pick in the 2000 NBA Draft. Keyon played for 7 NBA teams including the LA Clippers, New Jersey Nets, Miami Heat, Orlando Magic, Memphis Grizzlies, Milwaukee Bucks and the Boston Celtics.
HIS PROFESSIONAL CAREER
National Basketball Players Association: Regional Union Representative and currently serves as the Wellness Coach for Current NBA Players NBA Boston Franchise: Development Coordinator, Community Rep and Scooting NBPA/NBA Legacy Fund Board Member: Provides information and financial resources designed to assist former NBA Players with hardships The NBA’s Rookie Transition and and NBPA’s Parenting Programs
- NBPA/NBA Legacy Fund, providing resources to former NBA players
- Along side wife Natosha, Keyon founded the Respect Foundation in 2012, which has a interactive awareness campaign component called the I AM RESPECT TOUR providing live performances, motivational speaking and the use of technology to develop youth in a fun and engaging way.