Want to attend a fun and fabulous evening where you can eat, drink, dance, and play, all to benefit children in need? Then look no further than Come Out to Play sponsored by FirstEnergy, a fundraiser for Children’s Hunger Alliance.
On Thursday, September 8, head out to the cool art gallery, smARTspace at 78th for this fun, networking-geared event. There will be a DJ, as well as life-sized Jenga, Connect 4, and more to provide plenty of entertainment for the evening and spark conversations with fellow young professionals.
You’ll also enjoy food and drinks (2 drink tickets included with your admission) and can participate in the wine pull to help Children’s Hunger Alliance raise even more money. Last year’s inaugural event was a fantastic time and I’m sure this year will be even bigger and better!
Children’s Hunger Alliance works with child care providers, schools, and other programs to provide nutritious food, education, and physical activity for kids in need. The organization works with communities across the state of Ohio, with a local office right here in Cleveland. CHA provides meals to sites in Cuyahoga County like Afterschool All Stars, the YMCA, and City of Cleveland Parks and Recreation and ensure these programs are meeting USDA standards to provide children with healthy options that keep them full, too.
Tickets for Come Out to Play are currently on sale for $75 per person (or $140 per couple). You can also upgrade to VIP status for an additional $25 per ticket, getting you access to additional appetizers, as well as a special bourbon tasting. You can purchase tickets online.
I hope to see you for what is sure to be a playful evening for a great cause!
***Disclosure: I was asked by the Children’s Hunger Alliance to help promote Come Out to Play. In exchange, I will receive 2 complimentary tickets to the event. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***