Beautifully decorated tables, delicious cuisine, world-class music performances – Keystone Human Services’ A Night of Design – A Benefit for Children promises to be a night to remember.
Held at the Colonial Golf and Tennis Club in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on April 10 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., the evening includes table-top designs by area designers, chef demonstrations, fine food and wine, a silent auction, performances by young musicians and a private performance by Odin Rathnam, Concertmaster of Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra.
In addition, you will also be able to view a photo exhibit of Keystone’s work with children by fine art photographers Dennis Felty, Keystone’s co-founder and president, and Daniel Shanken.
Tickets cost $75 per person or $150 per patron. Visit our website for more information about A Night of Design or to buy tickets.
A Night of Design is Keystone’s big fundraiser for its programs for children. These programs include a wide range of programs for children and their families in Pennsylvania and Connecticut in the United States, as well as Keystone Human Services International’s programs for children in Moldova and Russia.
In Russia, we are serving children through the Beslan Psychological Center, supporting children and families affected by the Beslan School #1 tragedy. We are also working to provide equal access to education for children with intellectual disabilities in Moscow.
In Moldova, we provide supports for children and families at the Unitate and Vis Community Centers in Tudora and Bacioi. At these Centers, children receive education support and psychological counseling, as well as a healthy meal. Through the Community for All-Moldova program, we are supporting children and young people to leave the institution at Orhei and join their communities with the support of community-based services. We are also working to increase inclusive education opportunities for all children in Moldova, so that all children have access and the support they need to attend school.
All of these programs offer children the opportunity to reach their potential and fulfill their dreams, like Maria, who attends the Vis Community Center:
“The Center offered me the chance to attend the “Andries” camp in Ivancea. I had an unforgettable vacation. I’ve made friends, having the opportunity to participate in many contests. I’ve realized that I can do much more than I thought I could.”
All of the proceeds from A Night of Design go to support children like Maria in the United States, Moldova and Russia. We encourage you to come to this wonderful event if you’re in Pennsylvania. If you’re unable to attend, please consider making a donation to support Maria and children like her. With your support, we can help children achieve their dreams.