The Compassionate Friends is
pleased to announce that Dallas, Texas, will be the site of the 38th TCF
National Conference on July 10-12, 2015. "Hope Shines Bright ... Deep in the Heart" is the theme of this year's event, which promises
more of last year's great national Conference experience. The 2015 Conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency Downtown Dallas. We'll keep you updated with details here, on the national
website as well as on our TCF/USA Facebook Page and elsewhere as they become available. Plan to come and be a part of this heartwarming experience.
If you are unable to register online or prefer to mail in your registration form. Please click here to view the registration booklet which includes a registration form that can be printed and mailed to the National Office.
Questions? Please call the National Office at 877.969.0010.
Conference Pricing is as follows:
Adult registration - $90
Child registration (ages 9-12) - $40
Full-time college student (College ID required at check-in) - $40
Friday afternoon Texas BBQ Buffet - $35
Saturday Evening Dinner - $50
Friday Dinner/Magician - $30
Saturday Sibling Lunch - $16
The Hyatt Regency Downtown Dallas, 300 Reunion Blvd., Dallas, TX 75207, is now accepting reservations for TCF's National Conference. To make your reservation, please access the following link, which will take you
directly to TCF's reservation portal on the Hyatt's website. Conference attendees are receiving a discounted room rate of $129. We anticipate a large attendance for the conference, so we encourage you to make your reservation as soon as it is convenient for you.
Click here for a list of workshops available. Workshops that are highlighted have received a sponsorship.
A variety of sponsorships are available and can be found here, 2015 National Conference Sponsorship Reply Form.To confirm your sponsorship, please call Lisa Corrao at the National Office, fill out the form and e-mail it to email@example.com, or fax it back to us at 630.990.0246.
Questions? Please contact us at 877.969.0010.
Volunteers are always needed for this very special conference. If you would like to volunteer, please access this link, which will take you to volunteerspot.org.
Friday Night Fun with Vocal Majority
At the end of a long first conference day, plan to take a time out and relax by enjoying world class Friday Night Fun entertainment from our friends at The Vocal Majority, celebrated by fans as America’s Premier Pops Chorus.
The Vocal Majority Chorus is a Dallas-based men’s chorus of 100+ volunteer musicians who have performed throughout the United States, Canada and the UK. Men of all ages and from all walks of life amplify their passionate love of singing while touching the hearts of thousands of fans world-wide. Their lush, multi-layered harmonies and electrifying choreography make each performance an extraordinary experience. From time-honored Barbershop classics to orchestral pops accompaniment; from traditional patriotic to modern Christmas; from Sacred to Broadway and everything in between…Vocal Majority has something to offer for every music lover!
For a sample of The Vocal Majority’s music, visit their website at: www.vocalmajority.com, click on ONLINE STORE, and then sample some of the over 200 songs in their wildly diverse repertoire! They will have CDs available for purchase outside the Landmark Ballroom on the Friday night before and after their concert.
Worried about dinner plans and being back in time for the concert? No need to leave the hotel! In addition to the Hyatt’s onsite restaurants, we will also be offering a “grab and go” meal/snack between the last workshop of the day and the concert, which starts at 7:30 pm. You won’t want to miss a single minute of this fabulous performance!
Get a feel for what to expect at next year's national conference through highlights from the 2011 event in Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota! Special thanks for highlights sponsors Amery Regional Medical Center and TCF's Manhattan Chapter.
Comments from Compassionate Friends who attended the 34th National Conference held in Minneapolis:
"This conference was life changing for me--my daughter died last year. Thank you to everyone that made my experience possible."
"The conference was great as usual. It is great to have a place like the National Conference to be ourselves. The unfortunate part is going home and back to the real world."
"Attending the conference was the best thing I could have done for myself. It's a vacation with my son that I will take every year!!!"
"I attended my first conference and it was one of the best things I have ever done. The friends I made were incredible and the feeling throughout the whole weekend was so healing. I never thought I would have to belong to such a club, but am grateful it is there to help. Thank you TCF!"