CCF’s Annual ‘Night en Blanc’ Gala Helping Las Vegas Community
A night under the autumn stars is always a treat in Las Vegas. Especially when it benefits those right here in our community.
The Collaboration Center Foundation (CCF) in Las Vegas is hosting their 3rd annual Night en Blanc gala. The evening under the stars will take place Thursday, October 5 at 6pm at the Collaboration Center’s newly-renovated campus. Located on the amazing 5-acre Las Vegas Ranch at 8390 W. Windmill (between Durango and Buffalo).
The stunning event will benefit CCF’s campus and program expansions. And support their mission to help individuals with disabilities through treatment, therapy, proper healthcare, support, recreation and education. This year’s Night en Blanc gala will honor Las Vegas disability advocate Robert Dolan and Cashman Photo Enterprise.
CCF recently announced the reopening of their campus with the addition of their new Helms Helps Hub. The expansion includes 23,000 square feet of treatment and therapy space where nonprofit partners collaborate with CCF. Collaborators on-site include Christopher Smith Foundation, Children’s Heart Foundation, Foster Kinship, Sing Out for Autism, and Boys Town.
Proceeds from the Night en Blanc gala will go to support CCF’s new initiatives.
Programs at CCF include developmental preschool and education facilities, treatment facilities and an autism assessment clinic and more. The campus also has a tortoise habitat, inclusive playgrounds, and a garden. As well as outdoor amphitheater for community gatherings.
The Las Vegas community can support CCF’s mission by attending the “ranch chic” event. Some of Las Vegas’ top chefs will be present serving up their culinary treats. Cocktails will be served and there will be a silent auction full of incredible packages. In years past they have included international trips, an all-inclusive wedding package and much more. Acclaimed auctioneer Christian Kolberg will lead the live auction this year.
And it all goes to support the thousands of individuals and families in Nevada touched by Intellectual, Developmental, Physical and Learning Disabilities. So grab your best-looking white outfit and join the fun for a good cause.