WHAT: Presented and exclusively designed by Posh, Petals and Pearls, the Happily Ever After Ball will be held on Saturday, February 10, 2018, at Brockington Hall in Savannah and includes two sessions: 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. and 1-3 p.m. Children and parents are invited to attend a royal celebration and meet their favorite fairytale princess, prince, pirate, and heroes of all storylines!
Parents are encouraged to dress their children in a favorite fairytale costume. Little ones will have an opportunity to waltz with Cinderella and Prince Charming, visit Rapunzel and Flynn’s Hair Palace, and even have a sword fight with Peter Pan and Captain Hook! Of course, Anna, Elsa, and Kristoff will be there as well and joined by all of their royal friends. Come and enjoy some family-friendly fun, desserts, face painting and more!
All proceeds from this event will benefit the charity P.A.C.K. (People of Action Caring for Kids).
WHEN: Saturday, February 10, 2018 (First session: 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. & Second session: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.)
WHERE: Brockington Hall: 213 E. Hall St., Savannah, Ga. 31401
COST: $20 per individual ticket (children and adults)
~~ THIS EVENT WILL SELL OUT ~~
PLEASE PURCHASE YOUR TICKET PRIOR TO FEBRUARY 9, 2018
ABOUT P.A.C.K. (People of Action Caring for Kids):
P.A.C.K. is a 501c3 non-profit organization committed to helping meet the basic needs of children in our community. We believe that God intended for us to teach our children to serve and give. By packing and distributing bags of food, clothes, and basic necessities, we are able to show God's love to those who need it most. We are also able to provide a consistent, child-friendly venue to allow groups, families, and individuals to serve our community together.
Not only do the recipients benefit from the balanced selection of food, but the volunteers benefit because ALL ages are invited and encouraged to attend the PACK events where we pack 800 bags of food (or more) once a month to be distributed to school children at risk for hunger on the weekends. Cheerful and loving cards are placed in each bag and each bag is signed by the packer. We want our children to learn to serve from the earliest age!
Another effort backed by PACK is the DFFACS Closet. When children enter the Foster care system, many bring little or no clothing/ possessions with them. Our closet at the Department of Family and Children's Services Building is accessible only to social workers. They are able to bring children with them into this happy space and allow them to choose a duffle bag, a bag of clothes (2 outfits, PJs, socks, underwear), a toiletry bag, a stuffed animal, a blanket, and other necessities. When the children cannot be present, the items are selected by their case worker.
For more information about P.A.C.K., please visit www.packsavannah.com.