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Night To Shine


NIGHT TO SHINE

FLOURISHING GRACE CHURCH IS TEAMING UP WITH THE TIM TEBOW FOUNDATION TO BRING NIGHT TO SHINE TO DAVIS COUNTY, UTAH. NIGHT TO SHINE IS AN UNFORGETTABLE PROM NIGHT EXPERIENCE, CENTERED ON GOD’S LOVE FOR PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS AGES 14 AND OLDER. YOU ARE INVITED TO ENTER ON THE RED CARPET, ENJOY THE ROYAL TREATMENT, AND DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY!

GUEST REGISTRATION is open

Time: 6:00-9:00 PM
Date: Friday, February 8th, 2019
Location: Flourishing Grace Church
Address: 390 N 400 E Bountiful, UT

  • For people with special needs ages 14 and up.

  • Registration is required.

  • There is no cost to attend, but space is limited. Register as soon as possible.

For more information email nighttoshine@flourishinggrace.org

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Many ways to donate.

NIGHT TO SHINE SPARES NO EXPENSE WHEN IT COMES TO MAKING SURE EACH ATTENDEE HAS THE MOST AMAZING TIME. OUR BUDGET FOR THIS YEAR’S EVENT IS $17,000 AND WE NEED AS MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE TO HELP US REACH THAT GOAL.

FIRST, YOU CAN GIVE A TAX-DEDUCTIBLE CHARITABLE GIFT TO HELP US REACH OUR GOAL OF $17,000.

Donate today to help us bring Faith, Hope and Love to those needing a brighter day. 100% of your gift will go directly toward NIGHT TO SHINE! 


AMAZON SMILE

ANOTHER WAY YOU CAN HELP CONTRIBUTE IS THROUGH OUR GIFT REGISTRY ON AMAZON.COM. HERE YOU WILL FIND A LIST OF SPECIFIC SUPPLIES NEEDED FOR THE NIGHT. SIMPLY SELECT THE SUPPLY FROM THE LIST PROVIDED, MAKE THE PURCHASE, AND IT WILL SHIP DIRECTLY TO FLOURISHING GRACE CHURCH.


DONATE A DRESS

ANY AND ALL FORMAL GOWNS THAT YOU HAVE SAVED CAN BE DONATED TO ONE OF OUR AMAZING SPECIAL GUEST.

GOWNS CAN BE DROPPED OFF AT FLOURISHING GRACE CHURCH AT ANY TIME. DURING NON-BUSINESS HOURS YOU WILL FIND A BOX ON THE SOUTH END OF THE BUILDING WHERE YOU CAN PLACE YOUR DONATED GOWNS.

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VOLUNTEER.

ONE NIGHT COULD IMPACT YOUR LIFE AND THE LIFE OF SOMEONE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS FOREVER.

Volunteering with Night To Shine is truly a special opportunity that you don’t want to miss. Below are some details that will get you started on your way to becoming an amazing Night To Shine volunteer.

  • There are 20 different volunteer teams for this year’s Night To Shine.

  • Every volunteer must complete a mandatory background check.

  • Every volunteer must attend at least one mandatory Night To Shine training. (January 22 or 27)

  • Volunteers need to be at least 14yrs+

  • Children under 18yrs of age need to have their parents sign a release form.

VOLUNTEER ROLES

ACTIVITIES TEAM +

Set up and encourage guests to participate in various games & activities. The goal is to help maintain an up-beat, fun atmosphere & make sure all guests are enjoying themselves.

 Arrival/Departure Time: 4:30-9pm

 Attire: semi-formal to formal

BATHROOM ATTENDANT TEAM +

Help guests find the restroom, and offer assistance in the restroom if needed. If a guest requires assistance with more than getting in and out of a stall or hand washing, it is appropriate to contact their parent or caregiver for assistance.

 Arrival/Departure Time: 5-9:30pm

 Attire: professional (all black or something similar)

BUDDY TEAM +

Accompany and assist assigned guest throughout the evening, providing companionship and any assistance they may need during the event. Sit with their guest during dinner and engage with them in conversation. We recommend volunteer buddies be at least 16 years old.

 Arrival/Departure Time: 5-9:30pm

 Attire: Semi-formal to formal

COAT CHECK TEAM +

Greet guests, take their coats, label them and hang them. As guests leave, ask for their names and retrieve their coats. The coat check area can also serve as a lost and found at the end of the evening.

 Arrival/Departure Time: 4:30-7pm, 8:30-9:30 (two shifts)

 Attire: professional to semi-formal

DANCE FLOOR TEAM +

Monitor the dance floor and the perimeter to make sure there are no “wallflowers.” Invite them to dance and engage with them.

 Arrival/Departure Time: 5pm-9:30pm

 Attire: semi-formal to formal

DECORATIONS/SETUP TEAM +

Come from 6-9pm the day before (Thursday, Feburary 7 th ) and/or Friday, February 8 th from 2-4 pm to help decorate the building and create a magical environment for our special guests.

 Arrival/Departure Time: Thursday 6-9pm, Friday 2-4pm (2 shifts)

 Attire: whatever you is comfortable & easy to work in

FLOATER TEAM +

Constantly “float” around the main event space, kitchen, restrooms and outdoors to assist anywhere an extra hand is needed.

 Arrival/Departure Time: 5pm-9:30pm

 Attire: professional (all black) to semi-formal

FOOD SERVICE TEAM +

Serve food to guests in main event space and Respite Room (for parents, caretakers or family members). Be knowledgeable about the items and assist guests in finding what they would like (especially if they have dietary restrictions or allergies) and refill food warmers, drinks and snacks.

 Arrival/Departure Time: 4:30-9:45pm

 Attire: professional (all black)

GIFT TAKEAWAY TEAM +

Manage gifts and help each guest collect their favors to take home.

 Arrival/Departure Time: 8-9:45pm

 Attire: Semi-formal to formal

GUEST REGISTRATION TEAM +

Warmly greet guests & their caretakers as they arrive, give them their lanyards, help the guests select & put on a corsage or boutonniere, and answer any questions they may have.

 Arrival/Departure Time: 4:30-7pm

 Attire: semi-formal to formal

HAIR, MAKEUP & SHOESHINE +

Arrive at the designated time and assist set-up team with the salon area. Welcome each guest to a salon station for hair and makeup or to a seat for a shoe shine. Chat with them while you pamper them and make them feel special.

 Arrival/Departure Time: 4:30-7pm

 Attire: professional (all black) to formal

KARAOKE TEAM +

Help guests sign up for time slots, assist in singing and keeping the atmosphere light & fun, help make sure that all guests that are interested get a turn singing.

 Arrival/Departure Time: 5pm-9pm

 Attire: Semi-formal to formal

MEDICAL TEAM +

Assist uniformed professional EMT personnel at the event by providing basic first aid and care for any medical needs or emergencies. Volunteers are not allowed to administer medications. If a guest needs a medication, help find their caretaker to administer it.

 Arrival/Departure Time: 5-9:30pm

 Attire: professional (all black or similar)

PARKING TEAM +

Direct people where to park. Maintain easy vehicle entry & exit at the church and open fire & emergency lanes. Assist guests & caretakers into & out of their cars as they arrive. Assist guests into & out of the limo. Manage guest sign-ups for the limo ride.

 Arrival/Departure Time: 4-9:45pm (consider breaking them up into 2 shifts, such as 4-7pm, then 8-9:45pm)

 Attire: professional, valet-type outfit; enough layers to stay warm outside!

RED CARPET TEAM +

Assist and announce guests as they make their way down the red carpet, manage flow and traffic and cheer them on to make them feel welcomed.

 Arrival/Departure Time: 5pm-7pm

 Attire: formal or reporter-style outfit

RESPITE ROOM TEAM +

Description: Help set-up the room. Love on the parents/caretakers by serving food, spending time getting to know then, and being available to pray with them.

 Arrival/Departure Time: 4:30-9pm

 Attire: professional (all black) to semi-formal

SAFETY TEAM +

Support on-site uniformed law enforcement personnel by ensuring a safe & secure environment for guests & volunteers. Walk around and monitor the main space and outdoor areas, making sure exits are not blocked and all areas remain wheelchair accessible. At the end of the night make sure guests are paired with their caretakers before leaving to keep everyone safe.

 Arrival/Departure Time: 4:30-9:45pm

 Attire: matching formal wear with blue bowtie (bowties will be provided)

SENSORY TEAM +

Spend time with guests who may have become over-stimulated on the dance floor or in other areas of the prom. Interact with them by participating in sensory activities, listening to calming music, or simply providing them with some quiet time. Bring their caretaker to the room if needed.

 Arrival/Departure Time: 5-9pm

 Attire: professional (all black or similar) to semi-formal

TEAR DOWN TEAM +

Take down decorations, tables, chairs, etc. and clean up the event space.

 Arrival/Departure Time: 9:30-10:30pm

 Attire: professional (all black) that you can work in easily

VOLUNTEER CHECK-IN TEAM +

Greet volunteers, give them their nametags, and direct them to their team leaders. Monitor the room where personal items are kept to keep them safe.

 Arrival/Departure Time: 4:15-6pm (possibly need them back again for the guest takeaway team & the tear down team if they are not already there for another reason at ~7:30pm)

 Attire: professional (all black or similar) to formal.