TC Wallace Foundation welcomes 100 children from Washington, DC to its 3rd Annual Kids Jingle Jam to an exciting day of mobile video gaming (YES VIDEO GAMES), interactive activities, and see Ronald McDonald Go Active! with his live magic performance. The Jingle Jam will be held on Friday, December 19, 2014, from 3pm to 7pm, at the R.I.S.E Demonstration Center in Southeast, Washington, DC. Sponsored by Behind It All, Toys for Tots, Game Truck Party, McDonalds, RISE Demonstration Center, Keynettions & Secure Moves...TCWF rings in the night with Santa and his helpers, giving each child a new toy and a chance to take a special Christmas photo with Santa himself.
TCWF believes no matter the situation, every child deserves to experience the joys of Christmas. Many of these children are experiencing the difficult challenges of being homeless or suffering from financial hardships and may not even have the opportunity to experience the joys of the holiday season. Hence, it is up to us to make this a miraculous experience they will never forget......making it “a place where a kid can be a kid,” says Kiah Esaw, Vice President of TC Wallace Foundation.
Over the past three years, we have partnered with tons of corporations and small businesses to donate over 3,500 brand new toys and clothes to low-income children. With help from community volunteers, organizations, and corporate companies, we strive to REACH FOR CHANGE, ONE STAR A TIME’....every year. This year, we set our goal to support 100 children in the Washington, DC area. We encourage interested sponsors, volunteers, donors, and supporters to visit us at www.kidsjinglejam3.eventbrite.com to register your business or self to participate in this exciting event.
Child registration is open to DMV residents...and the registration period ends on Wednesday, December 14, 2014. We look forward to seeing everyone at this monumental event!
For media coverage, outlets can register online at www.kidsjinglejam3.eventbrite.com or contact Reann Hines at 202.503.9708 or email@example.com.
ABOUT THE SPONSORS & CONTRIBUTORS
TC Wallace Foundation
TCWF uses the collective strength of community leaders, political and social advocates, and the entertainment industry to improve the quality of life for others in our community, address issues of health and wellness, and prepare our youth to be tomorrow’s leaders.
Kiah Esaw, Vice President
TC Wallace Foundation www.tcwallacefoundation.org
e. firstname.lastname@example.org (313) 917-7981
Behind It All
BIA is a public relations and premier events firm focused on authenticity, engagement, creativity, credibility and strategic planning for our clients. Our mission is to provide our clients with results that meet or exceed their highest expectations, as we work diligently to build client reputations and revenues. We do this through strategic and creative thinking, deep media relationships, social media savvy, client partnering, and building and managing client brands with a strong emphasis in public relations and event planning.
Reann Hines, Publicist & Coordinator Behind It All, LLC
Toys for Tots
The primary goal of Toys for Tots is to deliver, through a shiny new toy at Christmas, a message of hope to needy youngsters that will motivate them to grow into responsible, productive, patriotic citizens and community leaders.
SSgt Anthony McKinnon
e. email@example.com www.anacostia-dc.toysfortots.org
It’s something we see every day – children healing because they’re surrounded by their families. And while RMHC may not be able to make the medicine taste better or erase the pain of a much-needed treatment, we can help lessen the burden for nearly nine million families each and every year. Since 1974, our network of local Chapters have been making children happier and healthier by keeping families together – giving them a place to rest and refresh. A place that feels like home. These programs, tailored to meet the urgent needs of each community, can now be found in more than 62 countries and regions across the globe.
Shaquanna Shields Golin Harris
Excitement: Whether we're bringing customers laser tag, video games, or educational materials, we strive to help people share exciting experiences. By sharing the things we love with others, we help bring communities together and leave them more connected than when we arrived.
Respect: GameTruck owners and GameCoaches respect the gamers, parents, and educators that we work with. Through respect we can build a mutual trust and understanding that lets everyone have more fun and strengthens community relationships.
Community: We believe that community provides feelings of connectedness, self-worth, and happiness. Our goal is to help people build relationships and find the place they belong by using play to bring friends and family together.
Game Truck Party
R.I.S.E Demonstration Center
R.I.S.E. Demonstration Center introduces the St. Elizabeths East redevelopment as a forward-thinking, vibrant, world-class project and gateway to the District’s 2050 economy. Selected by the community, the name R.I.S.E. stands for Relate, Innovate, Stimulate and Elevate.
The Demonstration Center will connect the innovation economy, the surrounding communities and residents of Washington, D.C. until the development of a permanent St. Elizabeths East Innovation Hub.
Andre Swann, Project Manager
Office of Deputy Mayor for Planning & Economic Development