2023 Lifeworks

Annual Celebration

Thursday, April 20

The Depot, Minneapolis

Join us for an exciting evening celebrating our partnership with people with disabilities to drive change in our communities.


About the Celebration

The 2023 Lifeworks Annual Celebration takes place on April 20, 2023, at The Depot in Minneapolis and online! You’ll learn how Lifeworks is partnering with people with disabilities to drive change by increasing opportunity and access in the community. Your participation will help Lifeworks move closer to our vision of accessible, equitable, and inclusive communities for all.

  • Hear stories from people we partner with at Lifeworks
  • Be part of investing in accessible and inclusive communities
  • Support our mission during the fund-a-need and exciting live auction

Help us spread the word!

Inspire others to support Lifeworks by sharing our event with your network. To assist you, we’ve created a toolkit that includes an overview, templates, engagement ideas, and more! 

Have questions? We can help!

Our Sponsors

Thank you to our generous community partners. Your support makes our mission possible.

Learn more about sponsoring Lifeworks.

Questions? Contact Us!

Director of Development
Lori-Anne Williams:

Register Today!

$75 per ticket to attend in-person
Free to attend online - registration required
Please register by Thursday, April 7, 2022

If you wish to attend the in-person event at The Depot but have not registered yet, please email Nikki Grosz at, and she will assist you. Registration for the in-person event ends Thursday, April 7.

All proceeds of the evening directly benefit Lifeworks programs that serve more than 3,000 people with disabilities each year.

5:00 p.m.


6:00 p.m.


7:00 p.m.

Program, Giving Opportunity, Live Auction.
Online Program Begins

Get Directions to The Depot

The Depot Minneapolis

225 3rd Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55401


Heated, on-site underground parking available.

About Lifeworks

For over 55 years, Lifeworks has partnered with people with disabilities to drive change by increasing opportunity and access in the community. Today, we support over 3,300 people with disabilities and their families throughout Minnesota.

We continue to evolve alongside our community by listening to those with lived experience, co-creating innovative services, advocating for careers and equitable workplaces, and expanding options that honor self-determination. We are guided by our shared vision to create truly inclusive, accessible, and equitable communities.

Can't attend the celebration?
Please consider making a donation.