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Huntington Beach, CA (February 4, 2019)– The Rosa Thay Nguyen Children’s Foundation (RTNCF), a non-profit organization, dedicated to helping underprivileged children have access to medical care and intervention, will host its First Gala Fundraising Dinner at the Hyatt Regency Resort & Spa, 21500 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach, CA 92648, on June 15, 2019.
The RTNCF First Annual Gala – The Journey of Courage is dedicated to the generations of women, with their spirit of courage and love for humanity, who have selflessly made many sacrifices so the next generation of children may have a better life. The gala includes the release of a butterfly ceremony, cocktails, live entertainment, dinner, silent and live auctions, all of which are to benefit RTNCF programs to help children. To become a sponsor, donate an auction item or learn more about attending the event, please contact the RTNCF at firstname.lastname@example.org or register online at http://rtncf.maestroweb.com.
“There has never been a more important time to inspire young minds to take an active role in building communities globally,” said Elizabeth Nguyen-Espinoza, founder of the RTNCF. “The RTNCF is about love and compassion for humanity, especially children who desperately need our help for a chance to live a healthy life. A little impact is so much greater than no impact at all,” said Nguyen-Espinoza. The RTNCF’s mission is to help underprivileged children have access to medical care and intervention in the U.S. and other developing countries where medical care is not readily available. There are several respected surgeons who are board members of this non-profit organization. These medical professionals will be able to both save lives and/or improve the quality of life of disadvantaged children.
The First RTNCF is an exciting event that will bring people together in our community to make a positive impact globally. Please join the RTNCF in its Journey of Courage gala on June 15, 2019 and contribute to this very worthy cause.
The RTNCF is a registered 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization, which was founded by Elizabeth Nguyen-Espinoza. Nguyen-Espinoza established the RTNCF in 2017 to continue her late mother’s lifelong work to help underprivileged and sick children. Nguyen-Espinoza uses the arts to promote humanitarian causes because in her view the arts touch people in many different ways including intellectually, emotionally, and compassionately. She and many of her art colleagues from Laguna College Art and Design (LCAD), Laguna Beach, CA, combine the mission of the RTNCF and their passion in the arts to raise awareness of global social issues, especially children’s health.