Thank you for your continued support of the East Boston Social Center! We are planning our Annual Spring Fundraiser, a Pizza and Comedy night at Prince Restaurant in Saugus, to be held on the evening of Thursday April 12th, 2018. We are looking forward to seeing you and sharing a great night of laughs, pizza and friendship.
As you know, East Boston Social Center (EBSC) is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit multi-service agency that has served the children, families, and senior citizens of East Boston since its founding in 1918. That’s 100 years! Stay tuned for our Anniversary Gala later this year.
Net proceeds from the Pizza and Comedy night will support EBSC programs, which serve over a thousand members of the East Boston and surrounding community each year. EBSC provides fully licensed and accredited Early Learning and After School programs for children ages two months through fourteen years, free after-school programming for at-risk teens, a Summer Program, as well as nutritional and social and recreational programming for the elderly, and community space for advocacy, self-help and community groups.
Please fill out and return the attached form by April 5th to reserve your tickets to this fun event. The ticket price of $35 per person includes all you can eat cheese pizza, free soft drinks and a hilarious comedy show. There are also other menu items available for purchase and a cash bar. We look forward to seeing you on April 12th!
You may also purchase tickets online: https://www.ebsoc.org/news-events/
Your participation and donations are a very important part of our fundraising efforts. Our fundraiser and raffle will help to raise funds that will allow us to continue our work in the community. The projected attendance is approximately 200 people. Raffle donor names will appear on the event program, raffle prize list, and follow-up publicity.
If you have any questions, please call me at (617) 569-3221 ext. 107, email at firstname.lastname@example.org - or contact any of our Board members.
Thank you for your continued generosity to the East Boston Social Centers and the community of East Boston.
Marisa Di Pietro
East Boston Social Centers