Morristown, NJ — The NJ Fallen Soldiers Foundation is hosting an evening of fun, games, and excitement at their eighth annual fundraiser. This year the foundation will hold a Casino Night at Spring Brook Country Club in Morristown.
The doors will open at 7 pm for a fun filled evening of games of chance, luscious food entertainment, and a cash bar. The many games of chance include Poker, Black Jack, Roulette, Craps, Money Wheel, a Silent Auction and Tricky Tray. Dealers will provide help and coaching to beginners. They will explain the rules and make your evening fun and exciting. Chips are converted to tickets which guests use to win baskets of prizes.
At the end of the evening, there will be a silent auction and tricky tray. Prizes will be on display during casino hours and you can select from many fantastic choices. Donated items include dinner for two at Roots SteakHouse in Morristown and the Tabor Road Tavern in Morris Plains. Other restaurants in the area have also offered gift certificates. Prize packages include golf, a weekend getaway, a day at the spa, ladies apparel from Harley Davidson and more!
Relax, have fun, sample all of the fabulous gourmet food and enjoy two fantastic performances by Eleanor Jackson, whose voice is indescribably beautiful; and patriotic tunes from the USO Liberty Bells, with their unique style and very talented members.
Advance tickets are $75 with discounted tickets for all Vets and seniors over 65. Discounted tickets are $50. Active Duty military personnel are FREE, but please register online. Show your CAC at the Casino Night or wear your uniform. Your ticket includes admission; $100 in chips; gourmet hors d’oeuvres and live music. There will be a cash bar for your enjoyment. At the door ticket sales, please add $10 to each price point.
Casino Night is always a sell out so advance tickets are highly recommended. You can go online at www.njfsfcasinonight.eventbrite.com or www.njfallensoldiers.org to get your tickets now. All proceeds benefit homeless veterans, at-risk veterans along with their families, and additional veteran programs.
There is plenty of free parking at the club. Casual attire for the evening, but no jeans, sneakers, shorts or flip flop allowed. Men must wear shirts with collars as this is in compliance with the dress code of the country club.
Sponsorships are available and donations of prizes for the silent auction or tricky tray are also being accepted. Visit www.njfallensoldiers.org for more information.
“Our Casino Night event is a major fundraiser to help fund many of our programs, including the 2nd Annual Morristown Stand Down this November 8th and 9th. This year’s Stand Down will offer assistance to hundreds of homeless vets and will provide many of the services needed by the homeless veteran participants including medical, dental, social services, housing, employment, PTSD/TBI counseling, legal assistance and much more. We provide survival gear, clothing, outer wear and a hot meal to our unfortunate brothers and sisters,” said Tom Dresdner, president and founder of the NJ Fallen Soldiers Foundation.
“The men and women who sacrificed their career and family plans to serve this nation in its time of need deserve every bit of help we can offer when they find themselves in a time of need. We have an obligation to link our homeless and impoverished veterans to every service and assistance possible to get them on their feet again and back to being productive members of our society,” said Commissioner Harold J. Wirths of the state Department of Labor and Workforce Development.”
For more information, please call Tom at (973) 920-0831; email Tom@njfallensoldiers.org
or Sandy Mitchell at 973-875-2068; email email@example.com.
NJ Fallen Soldiers Foundation:
The NJ Fallen Soldiers Foundation is a veteran owned non-profit 501(c) (3) organization. The foundation offers programs to veterans and is raising funds for a New Jersey memorial in honor of service men and women who died in conflicts for our country. We support deployed US Armed Services men and women along with their families. Our programs include support for homeless veterans including our annual Stand Down. Visit the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans website, www.nchv.org, for more information on Stand Down’s. Founded in 2005, the New Jersey Fallen Soldiers Foundation actively support Veteran Service Organizations such as the VFW, the American Legion, Disabled American Veterans and AMVETS. We support many other efforts within the veteran communities of NJ. Find NJ Fallen Soldiers Foundation Online at http://njfallensoldiers.org.