Our Evening of Hope: Denim and Diamonds Fundraising Event, will take place on October 15, 2022 at the District 56 Event Center located in Elk Grove. This event will be a night where our community can gather together to celebrate the ongoing support of our partner organizations, donors, and volunteers. Most importantly, it will be an opportunity for xHope to SHINE a light on our local community by recognizing individuals who give selflessly to provide HOPE to children in need. We are currently accepting nominations to recognize teachers, case workers, social workers, counselors, coaches and anyone who’s love, dedication and positivity towards their students, school, and local community makes them stand out amongst their peers. We will be honoring these individuals with our 2022 Caring For Kids Award during the event.
2022 Caring for Kids Award Nominations: http://auctria.events/ElkGrove...
With the support of community, businesses, and organizations, our HOPE is to bring awareness and raise needed funds to sustain our local Caring for Kids programs. I invite you to visit our event page to purchase tickets for this event. Wear your favorite denim and bling and join us for a night of dinner, drinks, music, silent auction/raffles and celebrating. We have single admission tickets, RESERVED Tables for 10, as well as Event Sponsorship Packages (contact Randy Scott for more information on sponsorship options email@example.com or 916-212-8400).
Purchase tickets: http://auctria.events/ElkGrove...
xHope is a love-filled, 501(c)3 non-profit organization, passionate about serving the most vulnerable children in the Elk Grove and surrounding Sacramento area community. We support families of foster/adopt children, at risk youth and teens who are aging out of the foster care system. We provide services to meet immediate needs, as well as opportunities leading on a path towards successful futures. To learn more about our local programs, visit our website:
xHope Local Impact — xHOPE (xhopemissions.org)
Your support is greatly appreciated as we continue to advocate for the at-risk children in our community.
Local Program Director