Following an effective year of partnerships with local, well-deserving organizations, JERSEY BOYS will conclude its ?Four Seasons of Kindness? campaign with Sunny 106.5 having a holiday gift drive benefitting Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada. Contributors that make a $20 donation or even more of new winter clothing at Sunny Studios will get one ticket to see JERSEY BOYS at Paris Vegas for a ?Sunny Night Out? on December 11, 2015. Individuals who contribute a donation of $40 or even more of new winter clothing may receive two tickets at maximum.
Beginning November 13, donations can be made at Sunny Studios situated at 2880 Meade Ave. through December 10, 2015. The Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada are asking supporters for brand new winter clothing for teens age range 12-18 including coats, jackets, long sleeve t shirts, jeans etc. All clothing products should have tags and contributors must provide evidence of purchase to get a ticket to JERSEY BOYS. Donations made will benefit children and teenagers of 14 locations from the Boys and Girls Clubs.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada is really a nonprofit organization that operatess 14 facilities and 2 summer time outreach programs in Southern Nevada, and serves greater than 21,000 youth in Vegas, North Vegas, Henderson, Southern Highlands and Summerlin. These Clubhouses offer children age range K-twelfth grade a number of daily creative, educational and fun programs. Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada activly works to provide every child with equal access, hope and chance.
In celebration of becoming the longest-running Broadway production around the Vegas Strip, the Las Vegas Company of JERSEY BOYS launched the entire year-long ?Four Seasons of Kindness? campaign in the winter months 2015, joining up with local charitable organizations through the community. The wintertime initiative incorporated a partnership with Opportunity Village, and also the spring and summer time partnerships included Three Square Food Bank and HELP of Southern Nevada. Their bond with Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada serves as the production?s final season of kindness for that twelve months.
The smash-hit production, JERSEY BOYS, made its Vegas debut in May 2008 in the Palazzo just before relocating to its current home in the Paris Vegas. JERSEY BOYS grew to become the longest-running Broadway production around the Vegas Strip in fall 2014, surpassing notable shows such as PHANTOM-THE Vegas SPECTACULAR and MAMMA MIA!