Las Vegas – EV&A Architects, a Las Vegas-based architect firm, is partnering with local non-profit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Nevada for a back to school supply donation drive. Every year Big Brothers Big Sisters provides backpacks for over 250 students in elementary, middle and high school. The local community can give back and help kids in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program by dropping off much-needed school supplies. The new or gently used items can be donated at the EV&A Architects office.
School supplies needed include, but are not limited to: paper, crayons, markers, scissors, erasers, glue sticks, tissue boxes, colored pencils, pocket folders, rulers, binders, paper towels, zip lock bags and backpacks. Items will be collected from July 1 until August 1, 2017.
All donations are greatly appreciated and can be dropped off at the corporate business office Monday through Friday between 8am-5pm located at: 900 S. Pavilion Center Dr., #180, Las Vegas NV, 89144.
About EV&A Architects
EV&A Architects is a Las Vegas-based architectural firm providing a wide range of architectural, planning and interior design services to the hospitality, commercial and healthcare markets. The firm’s work has been recognized for design excellence and is the result of the personal involvement of the design principals with each client throughout the entire design process and into construction.
EV&A Architects prides itself on total commitment to the overall project concept, embracing all facets of the design process and going beyond specific design to a more technical approach and creative search. The design team at EV&A acts as a catalyst, developing the resources and alliances required to accomplish their clients’ goals and objectives. This requires bringing together critical specialists to coordinate complex project teams of professionals, contractors and consultants, something EV&A specializes in. For more information, visit www.edvanceassociates.com.
About Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Nevada
BBBSN provides mentors to more than 400 youth annually. Since 1973, BBBSN has provided tens of thousands of mentors to youth facing adversity. The non-profit’s mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever. Learn more at www.bbbsn.org or call (702) 731-2227.