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Toys For Tickets All Star Jam to Help Homeless and Less Fortunate Children
Published on Fri, Dec 20, 2013 (7:52 a.m.)Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada was the recipient of the 10th Annual Toys For Tickets All Star Jam held inside Club Madrid at Sunset Station Hotel and Casino on December 8, 2013. Performers included: Elvis Monroe, Joel Crouse, Cassadee Pope, Brett Eldredge, Joe Nichols, and Thompson Square. The event donated more than 700 toys for homeless and needy children and raised $24,248. Members of the community received free tickets for the show for donations of toys valued at $10 or more.
Community Sponsors included: Sally and John Bedotto MD F.A.C.C., F A.H.A; Brian and Susan Buckley; Carver Family Foundation, Dave and Yenny Carver; Golden Gaming; Albert J. Guida Agency; The Investment Counsel Company, Randy and Staci Garcia; UFC; Sunset Station Hotel and Casino, Star Nursery and 95.5 The Bull.
Special thanks to Sally Bedotto, Star Nursery, Station Casinos and 95.5 The Bull for organizing this event to benefit the clients of Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada.
About Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada
Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada is one of the largest nonprofit social service providers in the state. CCSN offers over 20 diverse services designed to help people of all ages regardless of race, religion, or creed. For more information about Catholic Charities please visit: http://www.catholiccharities.com/ Connect with CCSN on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Catholic-Charities-of-Southern-Nevada/85125746703
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