November 19, 2016 • Doors open at 6:00PM

A Coming Together for Kids

The Georgetown Project and the Georgetown Palace Theatre have united to not only raise money for arts, education and even basic necessities like food and shelter, but also to produce a memorable event to highlight their programs which help ensure our kids have a solid foundation for success.

Event

Two local non-profits are pooling their time, energy and love for a collaborative fundraising project to benefit our local youth. The Georgetown Project and the Georgetown Palace Theatre have united to not only raise money for arts, education and even basic necessities like food and shelter, but also to produce a memorable event to highlight their programs which help ensure our kids have a solid foundation for success.

The Soiree at the Sheraton, A Coming Together for Kids will be held November 19, 2016 at Georgetown's elegant new 4-star Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center.

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When & Where

November 19, 2016

Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center
Georgetown, TX • Doors open at 6:00PM

Entertainment

Austin's own Special Interest Band
Special Interest is a true Austin all star soul, jazz, and rock band.
Members have played at the White House for the President, The President's inauguration, and the President's dinner, as well as for the Governor of Texas.
Several of our all-stars have performed with "Rotel and the Hot Tomatoes", the Beatles tribute band "Yesterday", Love Always Patsy Cline, Hal Ketchum band, the Las Vegas show "Legends in Concert”, the Duke Ellington Orchestra, and the "Little Big Band".
Members have toured with Archie Bell and the Drells, Hal Ketchum, Gary Puckett and the Union Gap, The Platters, Coco Montoya, and the Funk Brothers!

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The Georgetown Project

Did you know?
  • Children and youth of all ages and from all walks of life in the Georgetown community are served. While many are low-income, we believe all kids need positive relationships in their lives, which is the foundation of our Developmental Assets focus.
  • We are the community leader in defining, mobilizing, and solving gaps in youth services, especially those for underserved youth. We empower youth to become caring, capa-ble and resilient individuals.
  • The Sparks program ignites the interests and passions that motivate youth and provide a sense of purpose, focus, and joy. Through summer camps and high-quality after-school programs, we support youth Sparks, and build skills that help youth succeed socially, emotionally, and academically.
  • At risk and homeless youth are propelled toward high school graduation with The NEST Host Home Shelter and The NEST Empowerment Center.
Learn more at georgetownproject.org >>

2015 Expenses

  • 83% programs
  • 8% fundraising
  • 9% general & administrative

Georgetown Palace Theatre

Did you know?
  • We offer high quality and affordable arts entertainment and education with live performances that are inclusive and accommodating sspecial needs shows, audio description, and induction loop technology available).
  • We offer afternoon and weekend classes designed to introduce young children to beginning theatre concepts as well as encourage self-confidence, cognitive skills and gross motor development and pride ourselves in nurturing fledgling talent as well as developing established actors.
  • We work tirelessly to ensure we never turn any child away due to financial means or special needs. Every child is welcome at the Palace where they are able to learn and grow in a safe and creative environment.
  • We have grown so much that we are currently working to build a brand new children’s education and performance center.

 

Learn more at georgetownpalace.com >>

2015 Expenses

  • 80% children’s education programming
  • 2% adult education programming
  • 18% general & administrative