The Rotary Clubs of Anniston are proud to bring you the 2015 Dancing With Our Stars charity event! This is our premiere fundraising event that supports many of our local charities primarily focusing on children.
This years event will be held on March 7th, 2015 at the Anniston High School Performing Arts Center. Dancers have been chosen and they will spend many hours practicing to compete, but their primary focus is on raising money for some great charities. Please come support these charities and the dancers working hard to compete and win.
Tickets on sale NOW for the 2015 event!! Thank You For Your Support
Remember to go vote for your favorite dancers by visiting their blog page and clicking on “Vote For Me”!
|VIP tickets for the March 7th, 2015 Rotary Clubs of Anniston Dancing With Our Stars event and the after-party held this year at the Buckner Event Plaza are $90.General Admission tickets for the March 7th, 2015 Dancing With Our Stars event are $25.
Please contact Couch’s Jewelers at (256) 237-4628 to get your VIP or General Admission Tickets TODAY. You can also stop by Couch’s store location located at 15 east 10th Street, Anniston.
The Community Choice Award is given to the couple that the community selects as their favorite. Every dollar raised by the couple for charity is a vote for the couple to win the Community Choice Award. By donating to Dancing With Our Stars you are both voting for your favorite couple, and giving to worthwhile charity at the same time! What could be more rewarding?
Anniston Rotary Club will donate the proceeds from Dancing With Our Stars to these local charities.
Join us in the fight to see polio eradicated from the final 1% of the world population. From 2013 to 2018, every us$1 Rotary commits to WHO and UNICEF in direct support for polio immunization will be matched 2 to 1 (up to us$35 million per year) by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Thank you for your support!
East Central Alabama United Cerebral Palsy serves children and adults with developmental disabilities in a five county region including Calhoun, Clay, Cleburne, Randolph, and Talladega counties.
The Boy Scouts of America is one of the nation’s largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations. The BSA provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness.
A church based learning center to equip families of preschool children with the skills necessary to achieve school readiness.
Boys & Girls Clubs offer programs and services that promote and enhance the development of boys and girls by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence. The Clubs are a safe place to learn and grow – all while having fun. It is the place where great futures are started each and every day.
2nd Chance, Inc. is a non-profit 501 c 3 organization that provides safe shelter and supportive services to victims of domestic and sexual violence escaping abusive situations and offers educational outreach to the community to create awareness of and strengthen the movement to end this violence.
A United Way Agency; Member, Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence; Member, Alabama Coalition Against Sexual Violence; Associate Member, National Coalition Against Domestic Violence; Supported by the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs, Law Enforcement/Traffic Safety Division and the Office on Violence Against Women.
Interfaith Ministries, Inc. is a coalition of religious organizations with a mission of developing and coordinating resources and volunteers to meet human needs in Calhoun County, Alabama. In 1975, Protestant, Catholic and Jewish congregations came together to organize the agency, which in 1978 was incorporated as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Our mission statement is “Bringing God’s people together to serve God’s people in need.”
Community Enabler Developer is a local agency on the frontline of the economic crisis providing food, clothing and utility assistance to the burgeoning number of people seeking aid from the newly unemployed to the chronically poor. Maudine Holloway and her staff share the conviction that “folks need a hand-up not a handout.”
We have served the needs of those in Anniston and Calhoun County for many years and we feel this venue will introduce the Center to those unfamiliar with its mission. We also invite those who generously donate to our ministry, but haven’t been able to stop by for a visit, to get to know our fantastic employees, meet our wonderful volunteers, and see the Center in action!
Children’s Services. Inc. is commited to serving children through the Parris Home for Children, a residential home for abused and neglected children, and in licensed day care facilities so they will have a safe, secure and nurturing environment to help develop a healthy and safe lifestyle