Nevada Blind Children’s Foundation (NBCF) will host its 9th Annual Ladybug Ball at the Bellagio Resort & Casino beginning at 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 7. MGM Resorts Foundation will be honored for its long-time support of NBCF and its positive impact in the lives of children with visual impairments in the Las Vegas community.
Guests of the Ladybug Ball will be treated to a night of decadence that includes a hosted cocktail reception, multi-course gourmet meal with wine pairings, live and silent auctions, entertainment, dancing, and rockin’ VIP after party.
“As a leader in community engagement, MGM Resorts Foundation has long supported NBCF’s mission to serve children with visual impairments,” said Emily Smith, NBCF Executive Director. “By providing grants to fund educational programs, arranging volunteer service opportunities, and sponsoring special events like the Ladybug Ball, MGM Resorts Foundation has proven its commitment to making the Las Vegas community strong.”
Proceeds from the Ladybug Ball remain local, providing education, recreation, programs and services for blind and low vision youth in Southern Nevada. Individual tickets are available for $300 or $3,000 for a table of 10. Sponsorships and advertising opportunities also are available. To purchase tickets or get more information about the event, visit www.nvblindchildren.org.
About Nevada Blind Children’s Foundation
Founded in 2006, by Kevin and Toni Spilsbury, Nevada Blind Children’s Foundation is the only nonprofit organization solely dedicated to improving the lives of Southern Nevada children, ages 0-22, who are visually impaired. NBCF provides comprehensive services for children and their families including: advocacy, family support, health services, education and adaptive recreation programs, and life skills and employment training for visually impaired and blind young adults.
Nevada Blind Children’s Foundation’s programs and services are provided through the generous support of individual and corporate donors. For more information about Nevada Blind Children’s Foundation visit www.nvblindchildren.org.