Orange Park Community Theatre Performance Benefits Area’s Abused, Abandoned and Neglected Children | Arts & Culture

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Orange Park Community Theatre Performance Benefits Area’s Abused, Abandoned and Neglected Children

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. – Orange Park Community Theatre on Sept. 26 will present a special performance of the play “Hotbed Hotel” by Michael Parker with all proceeds going to help local children in crisis.

Proceeds from the event will go directly to Voices for Children of the First Coast, a nonprofit organization that helps kids through the Guardian ad Litem program for the Fourth Circuit, including Clay, Duval and Nassau counties. The Guardian ad Litem program provides trained volunteers to represent the best interests of neglected and abused children as such cases go through the court system.

When: Thursday, Sept. 26 | Refreshments available at 7 p.m. and the play begins at 8 p.m.

Where: Orange Park Community Theatre | 2900 Moody Avenue, Orange Park

Price: Tickets are $15 per person Available for purchase online at voicesforchildrenjax.org

For more information about Voices for Children of the First Coast visit voicesforchildrenjax.org.

Voices for Children of the First Coast, Inc. (VFC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting the Guardian ad Litem Program for Florida's Fourth Judicial Circuit which includes Clay, Duval and Nassau counties.

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