The Just One Project, a non-profit organization created to inspire people to get involved and give back to their community, is celebrating its 5th birthday with its annual White Party on July 13 at Tivoli Village. The local, grassroots organization provides projects that connect people to volunteer opportunities and proving it takes ‘Just One’ to make a difference.
In addition to its annual fundraiser, each program, including its pop up and give, food assistance program, Senior home delivery and food pantry, all benefit at-risk, low income families and children.
The Just One Project 2nd annual White Party, located at the Market LV (above Brio) will include delicious food, refreshing cocktails and dancing to celebrate its 5th birthday. Monies raised for this festive event will help the non-profit provide continued support to communities in need. Tickets are $75 per individual and $125 per couple and available for purchase at thejustoneproject.org. Event sponsors include: First Real Estate, AFR, and Johnson Brothers Beverage. Creative shirts, titled CHARITEES, will be available and proceeds will help support the mission.
“We are using this event to celebrate all of our life changing work throughout the food insecure communities in Southern Nevada and to announce the kick off of two new mobile food pantry locations,” says founder of The Just One Project, Brooke Neubauer. “Our community partners and volunteers help us tremendously throughout the year with their hands on dedication, they are the cold that keeps this train moving. This night is about a celebration of giving back and making an impact on those lives in Southern Nevada that need our help the most.”
In addition to the fundraiser, the Pop Up & Give Mobile Food Pantry is a monthly volunteer event with 8 locations locations as of July 2019 that provides food to our food insecure communities. Each hosted Pop Up & Give, set up similar to a farmer’s market, is scheduled the last week of every month, when families need food the most. With an average of 250,000 pounds of food given, the Pop Up & Give project has the goal of providing households with weeks worth of groceries. This impactful project is volunteer driven and funded and supported by community partners, such as Three Square, Bank of America, Peckman Capital Inc., Powell Law firm and many others. The next pop-ups are July 20 and August 24, 9am – 11:30am. Interested volunteers, of all ages, can sign up at www.justoneproject.org.
The Just One Project Pantry’s mission to help combat senior hunger in the Southern Nevada community, and is now serving more than 2200 Seniors per month. The Senior Food Pantry is open Mondays and Fridays, by appointment and ready to serve seniors 60+ (Mondays and Friday) in need of nutritious food, to aid in proper senior nutrition. The pantry serves all ages Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 1541 W. Oakey, Las Vegas, 89102. The non-profit’s goal is to maintain and create programs that remove the barrier that prevents seniors, veterans and their families from accessing fresh groceries. Additionally, The Just One Project also delivers meals to medically fragile homebound seniors across the valley with its Homebound Senior Meal Delivery program.
The Just One Project also provides a Food Assistance Program, by appointment to any food insecure individual.
For more information, visit the website at http://thejustoneproject.org, email, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit 1541 W. Oakey Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89102. The Just One Project is a 501(c)(3) registered non-profit. All donations are tax deductible. Follow on social media: Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/
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