Centers for Youth and Families hosts EVOLVE fundraiser


JoBeth McElhanon, the director of Prevention Services for the Centers for Youth and Families was on Good Afternoon Arkansas Tuesday talking about their upcoming fundraiser.

Centers for Youth and Families is the oldest continuously operating nonprofit in Arkansas. They offer a full range of services from helping new parents to being there to help children and families navigate life when depression, anxiety, neglect, abuse, or other trauma occurs. On January 27, they will host their signature fundraising gala EVOLVE. The Statehouse convention center will be transformed by Tanarah Luxe Floral into Night in the Jungle.

They will have a silent and live auction. Three years ago, they introduced the Hero of Hope award. This award recognizes a community leader who has demonstrated ongoing compassion, leadership, and dedication to building a better community. This year we will honor Congressman French Hill.

The event is at the Statehouse Convention Center starting at 6 p.m. for VIP and 7 p.m. for general admission.

Tickets are $250 per person.

Tickets can be purchased by calling their office foundation office 501.666.9436 or visiting our website

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