The Jingle Bell Bash – a “Can’t Miss” holiday party tradition – takes place Saturday, December 6, 2014 at the spectacular Wells Fargo Atrium in uptown Charlotte.
Make plans now to join us –and a host of Safe Alliance friends and supporters –to celebrate all that we have accomplished together this year.
Our Jingle Bell Bash Committee has been hard at work to create a memorable evening. We are proud to announce that local media celebrity Francene Marie Morris of CBS Radio is serving as our JBB EMCEE.
Our evening together includes drinks, dancing, live music and a silent auction. And it’s all for an important cause – supporting Safe Alliance programs and services for families impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse.
The silent auction is a great place to do some holiday shopping while you party. From sports gear autographed by local athletes to designer bags, you’ll find items that would be perfect as gifts for your loved ones or just as a treat for yourself.
As many of you know, Safe Alliance opened the Clyde & Ethel Dickson Domestic Violence Shelter nearly two years ago. Our facility has quickly become a critical community asset. We provided safety and sanctuary to nearly one thousand women and children last year. These families are in life-threatening situations and depend upon our services to transition from violent environments to safety.
A bigger and better shelter means higher operating costs. It takes $2 million a year to sustain our shelter operations. Funds raised at the Jingle Bell Bash provide life-saving hope for our clients. This includes the work of our Tree House Children’s Advocacy Center in Union County and our Sexual Trauma Recource Centers.
We are so grateful to our sponsors that are making this year’s JBB happen. They are: Macy’s, Verizon, Cato Corporation and the Charlotte Hornets.
If you are looking for more information and want to purchase tickets now, check out this link:
Please join us on December 6, for a great party. It’s an opportunity to dress up and head uptown for a festive evening. It also lets us know that you believe in our mission at Safe Alliance. Together, we can achieve our vision of communities where people are empowered to build and sustain healthy and respectful relationships, and enjoy lives free of violence and fear.