A Night of Hope – Holiday Benefit Concert

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The Night of Hope is a great family night out. The performance will be on December 18th @ 7 pm at Hopatcong High school auditorium. We do accept donations at the door plus there will also be a bake sale.

A Night of Hope 2021 In1If you are unable to attend the performance, please feel free to donate using the Go Fund Me page.

This year, more than ever these families need our assistance. This pandemic has hit us all hard but if one is already struggling it can feel impossible.

Please help us make these families' lives a little brighter. Whatever you are able to donate would help more than you know.

All of the money raised goes to help the families.  Everybody's time and talents are donated, from the musicians to the refreshments, the ornaments as well as the countless volunteers!

Local Musicians & Artists:

  •                                Hopatcong High School Holiday Ensemble
  • Hopatcong 2nd And 3rd Graders Choir
  • Hopatcong High School Choral Group
  • Joseph Piccirillo (Superintendent of Schools)
  • Ruth Fouda
  • Edric Debos
  • Hopatcong High School Dance Club
  • Rosemary Topar
  • Payton Iadarola
  • Aubrey Mccarrick
  • And More!

Special Guests:

  • Santa & Buddy the Elf:

Santa will be available for pictures at no cost.  Bring your camera!

Event Information:

Night of Hope FlyerDate: Saturday - December 18, 2021

Time: 7:00 pm

Cost: $5.00 Donation Suggested: (ALL of the money collected will go to Hopatcong Families in need.)

Location: Hopatcong High School Auditorium: 2A Windsor Ave, Hopatcong, NJ

Note: Masks are required in the school

More about a Night of Hope:

The Night of Hope has been an annual holiday fundraiser since 2011. The volunteers behind this event bring together local talent to help raise money for families in need in Hopatcong.

How the families are chosen: The school nurses put together a list of families that have children in the district receiving free or reduced lunches. The list remains anonymous to all but the nurses. They then tell us how many gift cards are needed and we purchase that amount with all the monies that have been raised. The cards are then returned to the nurses and distributed amongst those families.

For more information, please contact  Ruth Fouda, cell (973) 222-1999

Won't you please find it in your heart to help those that need a little help...especially for the Holidays?

Visit GoFundMe Page


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