Breakfast With Santa Spectacular Is Heading North With A Very Popular Elf For Its 30th Anniversary
October 11, 2018 - My Sweet Charity
With Christmas nearing, Jacque Marvin, Kristin Mitchell and Andrea Nayfa and their new best elf friend in the entire world — Santa — have put together big plans for the 30th Anniversary of Breakfast with Santa Spectacular. The annual fundraiser for the Women’s Auxiliary to Children’s Medical Center Dallas will be taking place on Sunday, December 2.
And hold on to your reindeers! It’s going to take place at NorthPark Center with the NorthPark Santa ho-ho-hoing for photos with guests from 10 a.m. to noon.
Of course, there will be a kid-friendly breakfast plus face painting, balloon art, character appearances, spectacular holiday entertainment including musical performances, dancing, excerpts from the Nutcracker and more.
The Event Co-Chairs Jacque, Kristin and Andrea have even arranged for Lantern Capital Partners and NorthPark to serve as presenting sponsors and to have Jessica Nowitzkiand Kimberly Schlegel Whitman served as honorary co-chairs.
According to Jessica and Kimberly, “We can’t wait for the magical morning that brings joy to so many, from the worthy recipients of its fundraising efforts to the children and families who enjoy the event. There is nothing like seeing the excitement on a child’s face when they meet Santa, knowing they are having a memory-making experience for such a worthy cause makes it even more special. We are grateful to NorthPark, Lantern Capital and all of the donors who make this possible.”
Thanks to funds raised by the Women’s Auxiliary such programs as Critical Care, Rehabilitation and Therapy Services, Volunteer Services, Pet Therapy, Child Life, Social Work, Campus Beautification and the Women’s Auxiliary Scholarship Fund are supported. Why just last year the Auxiliary provided Children’s with a check for $677,720.
If you’ve ever waited ages in line for your munchkin to check things out with NorthPark Santa, then you know this get together just became the #1 thing on your must-do list.
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