Wynona’s House Child Advocacy Center 1st Virtual Comedy Show

Join Wynona’s House Child Advocacy Center, as we host our First Ever Virtual Comedy Night!

This exciting event seeks to raise necessary funds for a strong community response to child abuse and neglect. We will distribute holiday meals and facility renovations to ensure a child friendly and safe environment for our clients. This night will be filled with much needed fun, online games, a live DJ and great music by Sole Performance Entertainment. Featuring Comedic Star: Quentin Heggs from Dangerfield’s Comedy Club in New York City.

The mission of Wynona’s House Child Advocacy Center is to promote justice and provide healing for child victims of abuse and neglect in Essex County.

During these uncertain times, our families need your help now more than ever. Social distancing has forced us to cancel many of our vital, annual events that support operations. Read our Executive Directors’ COVID-19 response and like us on Facebook and Instagram.

Register today! Donate now! Sponsor Our event!

Tickets: $25 each - via Eventbrite for Zoom link

 

Contact Information
  1. Nikki Gallman
  2. 973-753-1110
  3. nhackett@tapinto.net
Fri, June 26
7:00 pm — 8:30 pm
Add to My Calendar 06/26/2020 7:00pm 06/26/2020 8:30pm America/New_York Wynona’s House Child Advocacy Center 1st Virtual Comedy Show

Join Wynona’s House Child Advocacy Center, as we host our First Ever Virtual Comedy Night!

This exciting event seeks to raise necessary funds for a strong community response to child abuse and neglect. We will distribute holiday meals and facility renovations to ensure a child friendly and safe environment for our clients. This night will be filled with much needed fun, online games, a ...

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