NightLights 2016 Tree-Lighting Ceremony Helps Fight Child Abuse [PICTURES]
I had the honor of hosting the Annual NightLights Tree Lighting Celebration last night at the First Presbyterian Church at College and Mulberry in Fort Collins.
It was a wonderful free celebration with cookies and hot cocoa and soup and entertainment from cast from "A Christmas Story" from Midtown Arts Center, The Ridgeview Madrigal Singers and Alicia Laughrun, but most importantly - It's a fundraiser for Realities for Children.
It's not too late to Purchase a NightLight & Help Fight Child Abuse
Sponsor a NightLight – Help take a child out of the darkness of child abuse by giving them a NightLight. If you’re wondering how your family or your business can brighten the life of a child in need this holiday season, you can sponsor a light on the NightLights Tree for just $100 per light. At only $100 per light, you can sponsor 1 light, 2 lights, or 10 lights. Light sponsorships are available anytime through the end of the year. 100% of your tax deductible donation will provide for children in need in the coming year and will help to brighten the lives of over 1,500 children this December alone.
Become a Champion for Children – If you know a lot of people who care about children in need, learn about becoming a 2016 Champion For Children or NightLights Star!
Thank you to my lovely wife, Jenny, for taking all of the wonderful photos from last night!