Kidsource Therapy decided early on that not only did we want to help our kids and their families in the way of providing comprehensive therapy services but also to provide various opportunities to be a part of their community. Many of these families could not go to the mall to see Santa (Sensory Santa) or tolerate trick or treat and just be able to enjoy a fun night without judgement (Fall Fest) as well other events/activities that might not be possible. Kidsource Inc/Kidsource, a 501 c3 non-profit was formed to help do just that.
We initially created a fundraiser to help us provide these opportunities. Mullet Madness was started to celebrate the 80s that included live music, drink, food, and a silent auction. It’s our biggest fundraiser we do. It has been a successful event for many years now. However, we have been asked several times if we were going to do a different decade. Well, with some careful consideration, we decided to make a change. A GOOD CHANGE!!! So after celebrating the 80s for many years, we will be moving to a different decade.
This year will mark our new big fundraiser that will be known as Decade Soiree. We love the idea that while we will raise money by celebrating music each year and all the fun that goes along with a party like Mullet Madness, we will be celebrating a new decade each year including the roaring 20s, poodle skirts and hot rods of the 50s, and maybe just a little disco in the 70s. Mullet Madness and the 80s will make its way back for sure but only after we have celebrated some of the other great decades.
Our next decade to celebrate will be the 90s!!! Check it out!!!!
“Decade Soiree: A Bomb.Com Bash” will be Friday, February 23, 2018 at 7 PM at Next Level Events in Little Rock. We will have Johnny Jackson from Alice 107.7 as our DJ, as well as a silent auction, raffle, food, and cocktails. Tickets are $30 and all proceeds from the event will go to support KidSource Kids. The funds raised allow us to continue programs for kids with special needs, such as Free To Be Me Arts, Sensory Santa, Fall Fest, Freedom Reins, and Special Olympics. These events provide opportunities for our kids to experience and participate in their community in a variety of ways. Come support KidSource Kids and have a fun night reminiscing the 90’s at “Decade Soiree: A Bomb.Com Bash.”
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