The Black And White Ball

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BLACK AND WHITE BALL SENDS FOSTER KIDS TO CAMP

May 30th, 2017

Pull out your fancy duds and get dressed up for the 17th annual semi-formal Black and White Ball on Friday, July 14th from 7pm to 10:30pm to benefit the Royal Family Kids’ Camp. 

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Once you’ve dressed in your semi-finest, head to the JUMP Event Center to enjoy this community fundraising event with fellow philanthropists. Attendees will be able to listen live music entertainment while hitting the dance floor.

You’ll want to bring your checkbook for the live and silent auctions, and don’t forget this event benefits a non-profit! There will also be hors d’oeuvres and dessert to nosh on while mingling with like-minded Boiseans.

Royal Family Kids’ Camp provides a weeklong camp for children in foster care that have suffered from abuse, neglect, and abandonment.

The weeklong camp provides an opportunity for these kids to enjoy canoeing, fishing, archery, woodworking, zip line, art projects, and crafts.

This camp is a great time for kids that have been in difficult situations to create lasting memories while receiving hope and healing.

If you can’t attend the Black and White Ball fundraiser, then you can visit the Royal Family Kids website to learn more about the organization and how you can help this non-profit.


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