Charlotte gives thanks at ‘Night of Gratitude’

January 10, 2014 by  

Charlotte residents have a chance to give thanks to a nonprofit organization while being inspired to be grateful for the blessings in their lives.

Playing for Others (PFO) will be hosting a ‘Night of Gratitude’ at which teens and alumni involved in the organization will entertain the audience with slam poetry, dance, music and other talents. The artistic pieces will reveal what performers are grateful for. During the event, the organization will also show their documentary entitled ‘Charlotte’s Attitude on Gratitude’.

Playing for Others is a nonprofit that motivates teens to become leaders who champion diversity, inclusion and philanthropy. They do this through providing teens with a strong leadership curriculum and the opportunity to partner with a special needs child through a buddy program. In addition, they work with professionals in art exploration to create different forms of artwork. Finally, they take part in business activities such as marketing, organizing, and researching nonprofits.

In order to attract more people to events, organizers like PFO often use local flyer printing services to create an informative, eye-catching handout about them. Along with including the date, time, location and ticket price, a flyer could also give a few pertinent details about the Playing for Others organization, such as its dedication to leadership and nonprofit endeavors.

The event takes place both tonight and tomorrow night at 7:30 pm at the Duke Energy Theater at Spirit Square located at 345 North College Street in Charlotte. Tickets cost $12.