JHRTS Philanthropy makes an effort to give back to the community year round. Our annual Holiday Party is one of our tentpole events to contribute to our incredible partners.
This year we are thrilled to announce we are partnering with Young Storytellers! The organization’s mission is simple: to inspire young people to discover the power of their voice.
Make a donation at: https://www.youngstorytell
Show your receipt at the door to be entered to win amazing prizes throughout the night!
- $10 donation = 1 raffle ticket
- $25 donation = 5 raffle tickets
- $50 donation = 15 raffle tickets + VIP ACCESS!
- $100 donation = 35 raffle tickets + VIP ACCESS!
Anyone who donates $50 or more will become event VIPs, with special access to a private area with tables and bottle service!
Check back soon for the amazing prizes you can win at the Holiday Party, simply by donating this amazing organization, working to empower young people and find new voices.
This year’s prizes are being finalized, but we’ve seen some incredible prizes over the years, like:
- 1 night stay at any SBE hotel!
- VIP tickets to a live taping of Conan!
- Green room tickets to a taping of Jimmy Kimmel Live!
- Tickets to a Bill Maher taping!
ABOUT YOUNG STORYTELLERS:
In 1997, a group of young film students learned that Los Angeles public schools were cutting creative arts programs from their budgets. Knowing the value that arts education held in their own lives, they created a volunteer-based creative arts program they could take directly into public schools at no cost to the school. Today, Young Storytellers offers a variety of programs designed to engage the creativity of students at several points in their education experience.
Our core values — community, creativity, empowerment, access, and play — allow us to show up and make a difference, time-after-time. Throughout the years, we’ve made 446 short films, served 9,893 students, seen 9,165 scripts and held 921 programs. 95% of teachers involved have noticed an improvement in their students’ interest in creating stories, and 94% of parents saw increased confidence in their children sharing creative ideas one-on-one. Most importantly, perhaps, 91% of Young Storytellers felt more confident in their writing abilities.
Learn more at www.youngstorytellers.com.