Cocktails, fine dining, entertainment and a high-fashion live auction emceed by Frankie Scinta



LAS VEGAS – An evening extravaganza at The Plaza Hotel & Casino on Saturday, September 17 at 6 p.m. will feature a night of classic Las Vegas charm, benefiting Las Vegas’ Favorite Charity, Opportunity Village.
 
Join Petite Valise and Opportunity Village for a date night event hosted by Emily and Ross Goodman along with Ronnie and Russell Sloan, guests will enjoy dinner at Oscar’s Steakhouse, located inside The Plaza Hotel, an exclusive performance by The Scintas and a high-fashion live auction emceed by Frankie Scinta.

 

Tickets are priced at $275 for the Front Row VIP package, including dinner, cocktails and show admission with front row seating for two people and two complimentary raffle tickets. The Banquet VIP package is priced at $345, which includes dinner, cocktails and show admission with front row seating for two people, two complimentary raffle tickets and an exclusive event gift bag.
 
Proceeds from the evening will benefit the programs and services offered to thousands of individuals with intellectual disabilities at Opportunity Village.  
 
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit http://bit.ly/2bfgcty.
 

About Opportunity Village
Mission: Opportunity Village is a not-for-profit organization that serves people within our community with significant intellectual disabilities, to improve their lives and the lives of their families.

Opportunity Village was founded in 1954 by seven families who were determined to give their children with disabilities the best lives possible. Now, more than 60 years later, Opportunity Village is one of the most recognized and respected organizations of its type in the United States.
 
Nevada’s largest employer of people with disabilities (who we call OVIPs), Opportunity Village serves nearly 3,000 individuals annually, providing vocational training, employment, habilitation and social recreation programs and services that make their lives more purposeful and interesting.
 
Opportunity Village citizens – individuals who were previously considered unemployable – work at Opportunity Village’s Employment Resource Centers and in jobs throughout the community, collectively earning wages amounting to more than $3.9 million in 2014.  They are hard-working and diligent, proudly paying taxes and happily leading more fulfilling lives.
 
Primarily a self-funded organization, Opportunity Village generates the majority of its operational funding through its employment contracts and fundraising efforts such as the Magical Forest and Great Santa Run, saving Nevada taxpayers nearly $35 million annually.