Check Out El Paso’s Own ‘Springfire’ And Help Keep The Child Crisis Center Open
The Child Crisis Center is one of the charities we help with Mike and Tricia's Easter Basket Drive, so we know how hard they work to keep abused and neglected children safe. They also work hard to reunite families that have had difficulties, and the work they do is so important to El Paso families. It takes a lot of money to keep the Child Crisis Center open - about $180 a day per child. That's why they are holding a fundraiser this Friday night, and bringing in one of El Paso's best known local acts to help them raise funds for the Center.
Springfire has been around since the early 70's, and they are best known for their hilarious take on local politics, as well as their musical skills. They haven't played together in quite some time, but they're going to get together this Friday night, April 4th, to sing and entertain their way into your wallets to help the Child Crisis Center.
Tickets to the show include dinner at the Wyndham Airport hotel, plus dinner, and the Springfire show. There will also be a silent auction to raise even more money. April is Child Abuse Prevention month, and the Center does so much good for so many people, we hope you will be able to help keep their doors open.
WHAT: Child Crisis Center Dinner and Celebration
WHEN: Friday, April 4th
WHERE: Wyndham Airport Hotel, 2027 Airway Blvd.
COST: $100 per person, tickets available online at www.childcrisiselp.org, or call 915.562.7955.