To help fight childhood hunger in the Las Vegas Valley, more than 100 CEOs, founder and investors packed 3,000 meals for kids in need at Clark County Schools at Serving Our Kids Foundation.
The Hero Club is an invitation-only membership organization for CEOs, founders, and investors. The members lead by putting humanity at the forefront in their business, where the metrics of success are measured beyond profit. They be- lieve in the values of leading with integrity, transparency, serving our communities and sharing in our success. Along with operational excellence, this enables our members to grow faster, smarter, and more sustainably – what they call, The Hero Factor. Together, the Hero Club empowers great leaders with the right resources, relationships, education, and experiences in order to drive change and take our member companies to the next level.
Serving our Kids Foundation is dedicated to feeding and serving the needs of Clark County Homeless and at-risk children. The grassroots, volunteer organiza- tion, was established to utilize the strength of community volunteers and donations to ensure Clark County youth are fed for the weekends. Serving Our Kids Foundation serves 60 CCSD schools and provides more than 3,000 weekend food bags, every week.
Some of the CEO’s included: Jeffrey Hayzlett – Chairman & CEO, C-Suite Network, Tricia Benn – EVP, C-Suite Network & General Manager, The Hero Club, Blaine Bartlett — President & CEO, Avatar Resources, Jonathan Stone, Sababa Water, Cathy Brooks – The Hydrant Club and Robert Steele – CEO, The Enterprise Zone.
The upcoming Bowling night fundraiser at Sam’s Town Bowling Center is Sunday, March 24, 12:30 – 4pm. For more information, visit www.servingourkids.org.
Sababa Water generously donates a portion of their water proceeds to Serving Our Kids Foundation to help end Childhood Hunger in the Vegas Valley.