*** PLEASE NOTE WE HAVE LOWERED OUR PRICES TO MAKE OUR FIRST YEAR A SUCCESS AND FILL THE ROOM!
ORIGINAL PRICE: $75/TICKET
NOW: $100/2 TICKETS
Please support Montana Hope Project and Catholic Social Services of Montana by buying aticket or 2 and attending this event. Both organizations are 501(c)3 Nonprofits.
Grab your friends and come have fun filled evening guaranteed to make you laugh! The Montana Hope Project and Catholic Social Services of Montana are hosting Fun Pianos at the University of Montana Ballroom on October 13, 2018. Dinner is included in the price of the ticket. There will be a no host bar, silent auction, raffle buckets. Fun Pianos by 176 Keys will play popular songs intermixed with comedy that is sure to keep you smiling and laughing!
Silent auction items include:
- Fine art
- Gift certificates from all over Missoula
- Gift baskets from all iover Missoula
- Brewer for a day at Elkridge Brewery in Deerlodge
So much more!!!
Raffle items include:
- Guided fishing for 4 from the Ranch at Rock Creek
- Handmade quilt
- 2 wheel barrows: 1 filled with Montana craft beer, the other with liqour, wine, and malts (White Claw)
- Sterling silver 1 of a kind necklace with 3 Montana saphires donated by Riddles Jewelry
- Recliner from Ashley's Furniture
- Free teeth bleaching from local dentist
- Much more!!!
Event layout: Round tables that seat 8 will be arranged around the pianos. Sponsors and table buyers will have reserved signes on their tables and they will be closest to the pianos.
Money raised will benefit children in Montana. The Montana Hope Project will use the funds to grant wishes to children with life threatening conditions. A typical wish is a trip to Disney World for the family. Catholic Social Services will use the money to pay for social workers' expenses to travel around the state and provide services to pregnant women or mothers considering an adoption plan. It will also be used to fund travel expenses for our social worker who travels around western Montana to find adoptive homes for children in foster care. She also started a duffel bag program to give bags to children in foster care so that they do not have to use garbage bags to transport their items when they switch placements. Catholic Social Services also provides diapers and baby clothes to any family in need. A family does not need to be Christian to access these services.