We're back Thursday nights for the Winter/Spring 2022 season with our friends at Tito's Vodka as we add to over $1.6 million you've helped raise for local charities - and as always, Thankful is the only event of its kind that gives 100% of the proceeds to local organizations doing local good.
Join us on Thursday nights starting January 20th - there will be multiple chances to win $500 in the bottle draw just for being in the room, and Tito's will generously give the same amount to EACH of our charities to start them off and there is a FREE Tito's cocktail for everyone 21+.
The Beacon is smoke-free and this event is family-friendly so gather up your entire crew and show up for live auctions, the infamous Lucky Duck game, 50/50 raffles, and lots of fun and surprises along the way.
The party starts at 5 each night, and the live auction gets underway around 6:30.
Interfaith of Natrona County provides emergency assistance and services to persons and families living at or below the poverty level. When they are able, Interfaith also helps with rent and utilities.
CWC is a youth sports club for beginners & elite wrestlers of all ages. Our facility provides a place for the youth of WY to spend time improving their athletic performance & general well-being while also forming lifelong bonds with positive role models.
To provide 24 hour crisis intervention, emergency safe house, and comprehensive supportive services to domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, stalking, elder abuse victims, and substance use treatment; and reduce future cycles of violence.
The Mary Bennion Foundation is a non-profit organization established in 2001 to assist individuals and their families with travel-related financial obligations involved in the organ transplant process. All donations are tax-deductible and directly assist patients with expenses.
The Children's Advocacy Project (CAP) is a team of committed agencies and individual professionals who work together to provide coordinated forensic and comprehensive services for alleged victims of child maltreatment and children who witness violence to minimize trauma to children, to break the cycle of abuse and to foster a more effective and efficient community response to child maltreatment.
Wyoming Food for Thought Project began in October 2012 in response to a needed solution to the holes in the hunger safety net. Led by Jamie Purcell, Executive Director, Food for Thought seeks to work toward ending hunger as part of an overall community effort to alleviate poverty through providing food accessibility resources, educating through workshops and classes, and empowering through SNAP, Double Up Food Bucks, and more.