Second annual Spring Soiree to benefit Hayden school programs
Hayden Valley Elementary Health & Wellness Team will host its second annual Spring Soiree fundraiser Friday, April 27 at the historic Hayden Granary.
This year’s event will feature a live and silent auction, tapas, wine and beer. Tickets are $35 in advance or $40 at the door and include Asian-influenced tapas and one drink ticket. Proceeds will benefit Hayden Valley Elementary art, music, physical education, library and computer programs. Tickets are available online at bit.ly/spring-soiree.
In 2017, the Spring Soiree raised $16,653 for Hayden Elementary School specials programs, which funded the entire art program, as well as art supplies, musical instruments and physical education equipment. Inspired by the success of the Soiress’s first year and continuing funding impacts, Hayden Valley Elementary Health & Wellness Team plans to continue this fundraising event that was such a critical resource for student specials programs in the 2017/18 school year.
Grant cycle open for Petis Law Community Impact Foundation
The Petis Law Community Impact Foundation is now accepting grant applications for its spring 2018 grant cycle. The Petis Law Community Impact Foundation is a nonprofit committed to improving the community by contributing to agencies that protect and support the well-being of those injured by others, promote the sustainable enrichment of the area housing market and encourage social equity and economic growth within local businesses and nonprofits.
Grants will be awarded to agencies and nonprofits whose mission fits with the above description or have a project that fit within the above description. Grant applications are due Monday, April 30. Find the grant form at petislawfoundation.org.
For more information, email Petis Law Community Impact Foundation President Lisel Petis at email@example.com.
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