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Serving Our Kids Foundation will hold the 6th Annual Kids Helping Kids Bowl-a-Thon at South Point Bowling Center on Sunday March 23, 2014 at 1:30pm, to raise funds to provide weekend food bags for homeless and at-risk children in the Clark County school district. Sign up today to win great prizes and help this service organization.
THE LOVE AND LIVE WITH FAITH GALA will be held at the Utah Cultural Celebration Center in West Valley City, 1355 West 3100 South. It's a Three Course Meal with Silent and Live Auctions, and a concert by Shawn McDonald. Childcare will be provided. All proceeds benfit Hugs For Tugs Orphanages in Tanzania and Uganda. For tickets visit www.hugsfortugs.org.
Movie night at Newlife Christian Center. 1165 w Silicon Circle, St George UT. 84770. 435-628-1086. Free movie, donations greatly appreciated, refreshments sold. All proceeds going towards missions trips
Donation Drive and Craft Fair
There will be a donation drive and craft fair December 14th from 10 am-3 pm at the Red Lion Hotel in Twin Falls. We are collecting any and all kinds of donations for the Victory Home here in Twin Falls. All donations will be accepted!
Help Us Donate to Typhoon Haiyan Relief Efforts!
DRIFTING 4 PHILIPPINES
We will be donating a portion of sales from our ride-along experience to help those in need.
The 2013 Mayors Prayer Breakfast, a community-building event, encourages unity, diversity and developing leadership skills for Las Vegas youth, and will take place at 7:30 a.m. on Thursday, November 21st at Texas Station Gambling Hall & Hotel. The event includes Mayor's reading ecumenical prayers, an interfaith candle lighting ceremony and keynote speech by Pat Skorkowsky, Superintendent of Schools, Clark County School District.
Following the breakfast, students in attendance will have the opportunity to ask questions of local mayors, Mr. Skorkowsky and more, in a town hall meeting format. For more information or to reserve your table or ticket(s), please call United Way of Southern Nevada's Volunteer Center at (702) 892-2300 or email [email protected].
This craft fair is a benefit for First Lutheran Classical School in Missoula at 2808 South Ave West Missoula, Mt 59804 at First Lutheran Church. 406-549-3311.
Some vendor tables are still available. Call Helen at 406-549-3311 for more information. Bake sale and lite lunch items are available for purchase.
Proceeds from this craft fair goes towards scholarships and classroom items.
Fall Festival with Christian and secular rock, hip-hop, poetry, prizes, silent auction, games, jack-o-lantern contest,caricature art, face painting, christian clothing sales and more to help renowned Freemont caricature artist beat cancer. Buddy Rose is a Henderson resident who has 3 kids under ten. They need our help, as Buddy does not have insurance, but has pancreatic cancer. A lifesaving surgery is their only hope. Please join us to help his family in this difficult time!
At Fusion Community Church on Sunset and 95, just east of the 95, first left after the locksmith castle on Elliot. Warehouse 251 D1, Henderson 89011.
The holidays are right around the corner and do we have something to get you in the holiday spirit!
The Down Syndrome Organization of Southern Nevada is pleased to announce one of the largest holiday events to take place this season, The 25th Annual Festival of Trees and Lights a to be held at the Paris Las Vegas November 22 - November 24.
The FoTL is a community event, promoting awareness and inclusion for individuals with Down syndrome, for the whole family to enjoy during the holiday season. With the help of local organizations, businesses, community groups and individual contributors, The DSOSN's Festival of Trees and Lights will be an event not to be missed.
Charity Poker Tournament for CODE 3 FOR A CURE (C3FAC)a national nonprofit 501(c)3 public charity, the event will be held at the Stratosphere Poker Room on October 24, 2013 at 5:00pm. Please visit the event website page. The main purpose of which is to provide financial assistance on a nationwide basis to firefighters who are diagnosed with cancer and facing a financial hardship. (While cancer can strike anyone, numerous studies have proven that firefighters are more likely to contract the disease than the general population due to the toxins to which they are exposed in the line of duty.