At Party Host Helpers, we have more than talented party staff for hire, we have heart. Since we are located in over 30 cities from San Diego, to New York, and from Connecticut to Florida, we have been able to give back to our communities across the nation. We are so thrilled to be able to make contributions to worthwhile causes such as these.
For the last two years we donated a gift certificate and two helpers for the Ramsey Public Education Foundation. It’s their largest sell out event of the year with around 300 guests and they are so appreciative for both the volunteers and the donation to help their cause.
Another event in May was for the Children’s Specialized Hospital Network Walk N Roll which we had two helpers volunteer. It was another great day of giving back in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The event donates funds to help children with special health care needs and their families reach their full potential.
We’ve also been donating gift certificates (and offering volunteers) to Brad Fox Day. Brad was a hard-working and respected police officer who was sadly killed in the line of duty in PA. He left behind a pregnant wife and little girl and the town does such a beautiful tribute to him each year, so we are glad to be able to give back.
Brad Fox Day raises money in Brad’s honor for a variety of worthwhile causes that Brad would have supported such as The Brad Fox Scholarship Fund (William Tennent High School), The Brad Fox Scholarship (Archbishop Wood High School), Warrington Township Police Department K-9 Unit, Warminster Township Police Department K-9 Unit, and Alpha Bravo Canine.
This year we were also part of Philadelphia’s Main Line Meet Ball we donated three helpers for this large event which is a fundraiser to benefit Philabundance! It’s The Main Line coming together to fight hunger around Philadelphia.
In addition, In Philly, we were part of the Pink Party against Breast Cancer during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We donated helpers to this girls’ night out event at a luxurious model home at Liseter which supports their mission to end breast cancer.
Another event we were part of this year was in Washington D.C.. was the Mentor Prize Event. This event aims to mitigate the chronic shortage of mentors in the D.C. area so that children and young adults from disadvantaged backgrounds get the emotional, academic and/or professional support everyone deserves.
These are just a few of the many events that we participated in this year and we are happy to contribute to our local communities! If you have a worthy cause and would like us to contribute, feel free to reach out.