Christmas Party for Disadvantaged Children
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
279 people are interested
The Children's Christmas Dinner Pageant was developed to provide disadvantaged children a total Christmas experience. They are treated to a full course Christmas dinner, a special Christmas program that embodies the meaning and spirit of Christmas and gifts/toys with surprise visits from special Christmas characters. There are special performances by recording artistswho lead the children in Christmas Carols. The ballroom is beaming with Christmas decorations (a winter wonderland) and special visits are made by Sesame Street, Disney and Christmas Characters; an event ALL will truly enjoy and never forget. The events concludes with each child receiving a toy gift.
DONATIONS are also needed (please go to our website to see how you can help or email us at email@example.com)
DATE: December 22, 2019 11:45 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
If you are interested in joining:
2019 CHRISTMAS GENERAL PLANNING COMMITEE
PLEASE EMAIL US at: firstname.lastname@example.org
First Meeting (must RSVP)
Wednesday, November 6th, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.
Independence Blue Cross, 23rd Floor
1901 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA
Please call (215) 751-9300 to let us know that you are interested.
For further information on the event and the next planning committee meeting, Please visit our website at www.philadelphiamlk.org
NOTE: Volunteers are needed for planning and on the day of the event.
About Philadelphia Martin Luther King, Jr. Association for Nonviolence, Inc.
3001 Walnut Street, 7th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19104, US
The mission of the King Association is to preserve and advance the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., through educating, interpreting, advocating and promoting nonviolent theory and philosophy. The Association works with schools, colleges and universities, with corporations and business organizations, with religious and community groups as well as the general public. In 1985, Governor Richard Thornburgh designated the Association as a resource center in Pennsylvania to develop leadership to develop leadership in working toward "nonviolent social change" in all walks of life.
The Philadelphia Martin Luther King, Jr. Association for Nonviolence, Inc. was founded by the Late Dr. C. DeLores Tucker and a group of local leaders in 1983.
Dr. King's widow, the Late Coretta Scott King, knew that Philadelphia held a special place in her late husband's heart and thought it fitting to have a permanent organization dedicated to his ideals of peace and freedom in the City of Brotherly Love. The Association is the only affiliate commissioned by Mrs. King and the Martin Luther King Center for Nonviolent Social Change, Inc. in Atlanta, Georgia. Philadelphia has and continues to enjoy a unique and historic role in the life of Dr. King and his memory through the programs of the Association.
3001 Walnut Street6 th FloorPhiladelphia, PA 19104
- Youth Services
- Child Welfare
- Must be at least 16
- Orientation or Training
- All Day
- Other days if available for preparation