A Night of Hope will return in person this year on Oct. 6 for a celebration of single parent scholars and the community that supports their rising success, as The Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund announced.
The ASPSF will honor its Educator of the Year, Alum of the Year, Student of the Year and Employer of the Year, in addition to presenting the Bonnie Nickol Volunteer of the Year Award to a supporter.
Food will be provided by The Root Cafe, and the night will consist of live music, drinks and fun surprises.
The event will take place from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Junior League of Little Rock and tickets are priced at $100 per person. Tickets include dinner, drinks and admission. To buy a ticket, click here.
A Night of Hope supports scholarships and services for single parents, helping them through school to employment with family-supporting wages, according to the ASPSF. The presenting sponsor of this year’s A Night of Hope is The Rebsamen Fund. There are several other sponsors of this event, including: Conger Wealth Management; Mary & Jim Wohlleb; Philander Smith College; Shorter College, UA-Little Rock; UA- Pine Bluff; UA- Little Rock Office of Alumni & Development; Andrea & Bruce Dobson; Baptist Health College; Carol Mendel; Dr. Carl & Patricia Johnson; Arkansas State University; Alan & Camille Williams; Arvest Bank; Bank OZK; IK Electric; Jan & Randall Hundley; Jay Barth & Chuck Cliett; Rose Law Firm; Simmons Bank; UA- Pulaski Technical College; University of Arkansas System; and the Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation.
For more information regarding the event, contact ASPSF Development Manager, Wendy Stotts, via email or call 870-277-0956.