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About the Benefit

TALENT CHALLENGE FOR CHARITY MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of Talent Challenge for Charity, Ltd. (a 501(c)(3) corporation) is to expand awareness and financial outreach to other 501(c)(3) charities in our local community by holding high energy and fun events to raise needed funds.

Talent Challenge For Charity, LTD. operates with an all volunteer Board of seven Directors. (Dr. Joe Blackstock, Ms. Carolyn McMillan, Mr. Jerry McMillan, Mr. Joe Bryant, Ms. Nancy Huff, Ms. Kelly Dooley, Ms. Lila Dickerson)

A financial statement is available upon written request from the Office of Charitable and Regulatory Programs. Our 1023 and 990 tax forms are available for viewing at 340 Windridge Parkway, Hardy, VA. 24101.

 

HELP US TO HELP OTHERS BY "BEING THE CHANGE THAT YOU WANT TO SEE"

 

HOW TO HELP:

 

BUY TICKETS TO THE EVENT
(Designate which contestants collection box you wish your ticket purchase to support.)

 

DONATE A SPONSORSHIP TO SUPPORT YOUR FAVORITE CONTESTANT AND RECEIVE RECOGNITION FOR YOUR BUSINESS (designate your sponsorship dollars to your favorite contestant.)

 

SUPPORT YOUR FAVORITE CONTESTANT BY DONATING TO THEIR COLLECTION BOX OR ON LINE OR BY MOBILE DONATION

 

All monies raised after expenses and seed money deductions will be split 60/40 between Angels of Assisi and New Vision based on which team raised the most in their collections.

 

FIVE WINNERS WILL BE CHOSEN

2016 WINNER OF TALENT CHALLENGE FOR CHARITY-
(most financial support contributed to one contestant)

BEST TALENT JUDGED BY A PANEL OF DISTINGUISHED JUDGES

2016 WINNER***BEST DANCE PERFORMANCE

2016 WINNER***BEST VOCAL PERFORMANCE

2016 WINNER***BEST OVERALL PERFORMANCE

2016 WINNER***PEOPLE'S CHOICE ‚Äč(Voted by our audience as the best performance)

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

Proceeds will benefit the following organizations:

NEW VISION
New Vision enriches the lives of people with visual impairments and promotes independence and equality by facilitating opportunities for education and information access.

New Vision (formerly Voice of the Blue Ridge) a 501(c)(3) was founded in 1980 to provide audio access to printed materials such as newspapers and magazines for people who are unable to read them due to vision loss or other physical impairment. Over the years, the organization has expanded its services. New Vision continues to explore new and innovative ways of providing relevant and needed services to its target population.


Programs and Services
Adaptive Technology Center, Radio Reading Service, Dial-In-New Service, Audio Description Service, Large-Print Calendars, Personal Reading Service, and Life Enrichment Opportunities such as yoga classes for the vision impaired, horseback riding, health fairs and painting classes. www.newvisionroa.org

 

ANGELS OF ASSISI                                                                                                                                                   Assisi Animal Clinics of Virginia, Inc.is a non-profit, no-kill humane organization dedicated to the preservation and care of all living creatures. Commonly known as Angels of Assisi,the clinic has taken a leadership role in compassionate care for both animals and human beings by offering numerous lifesaving programs and services including those dedicated to pet retention, adoption, rehabilitation, education and a permanent safe haven when needed.

Starting with a low-cost veterinary clinic in June of 2001, we had a goal of decreasing the pet overpopulation and helping owners keep their pets. Services now include low cost spay/neuter, vaccinations, microchips, dental cleaning and sick animal care. To date over 100,000 (and counting!) spay and neuter surgeries have been performed.

Our adoption center and farm sanctuary save the lives of more than 2000 homeless animals each year and care for around 400 animals-of all species-daily. We assist law enforcement by taking animals from puppy mills, dog fighting rings and hoarding cases. Other pets are helped through our programs for victims of domestic violence, fires and hospice patients. When we started in 2001, over 10,000 homeless dogs and cats per year were killed in the Roanoke Valley. That number has since been reduced to under 1000 due to these lifesaving programs.

None of this would be possible without the support of volunteers, foster homes, donors the media and the youth who time and time again come to the aid of those in need and make a tremendous difference in our community. www.angels@angelsofassisi.org

 


 

"HOW WONDERFUL IT IS THAT NOBODY NEEDS WAIT A SINGLE MOMENT BEFORE STARTING TO IMPROVE THE WORLD."      ANNE FRANK