Realities for Children Charities – Nightlights, December 1st
NightLights is a celebration that brings people from around our community together over the holiday season to help brighten the lives of abused and neglected children in need.
Please plan to join us December 1st, 6pm-7pm, at First Presbyterian Church (531 S College Avenue) as we celebrate all of the heroes in our community who fight against child abuse every day. You will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from all 19 of our Affiliate Youth Agencies while you are warmed by hot soup courtesy of Qdoba Mexican Grill, listen to the sounds of children’s voices singing holiday favorites and help us countdown to the lighting of the 50 foot tall one-of-a-kind NightLights Tree, featuring an ALL NEW display of 25,000 lights synchronized to favorite holiday tunes! Your child can enter to win the 33 pound Chocolate Santa from Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory and the family can get warm inside the church while perusing their beautiful collection of Nativity scenes.
NightLights is a celebration that brings people from around our community together over the holiday season to help brighten the lives of abused and neglected children in need. Businesses, individuals, groups and families can sponsor a light on the 50′ tall NightLights Tree for just $100. This is a tax deductible donation that is used in it’s entirety, through the Realities For Children Emergency Fund to provide for the unmet needs of Larimer County children who have been abused, neglected or are at-risk.
Nightlights will benefit over 1500 children during the month of December alone and will continue to provide Emergency Services, Agency Support and Youth Activities for abused and at-risk children throughout the New Year.