The generosity of the Las Vegas community, including Las Vegas entertainers, never ceases to amaze me.
Our fundraiser on November 22, 2013 for Win-Win Entertainment, a “charity for charities,” was a resounding success, bringing in an incredible $40,000 to help us provide a variety of services to local nonprofits.
It was such an unforgettable evening. Our showroom at The Linq was filled to capacity, with about 500 supporters in attendance enjoying a great line-up of Las Vegas headliners as well as taking part in a silent auction for Win-Win.
I can’t adequately express my appreciation for all the Las Vegas entertainers who donated their time and talent to the “Headliners Bash.” The evening was filled one ovation-worthy performance after another.
Appearing at the “Headliners Bash” were Taylor Hicks, Véronic DiCaire, Frankie Moreno, Clint Holmes, Kelly Clinton, Mac King, the Kristef Brothers and myself, plus cast members from hit Vegas shows “Jersey Boys,” “Million Dollar Quartet,” Frank Marino’s “Divas Las Vegas,” “Recycled Percussion” and “Human Nature.”
As I’ve shared here before, Win-Win Entertainment pairs performers with charity events, and I’m so proud of everything we have accomplished so far. Win-Win is truly a crowd-sourced effort!
I have to give a special shout-out to Caesars Entertainment for all the silent auction items donated for the evening. Silent auction items included a private cabin on the High Roller observation wheel and show tickets to Elton John, Rod Stewart, Shania Twain and Celine Dion at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
Our second annual fundraiser show was presented by the John C. Kish Foundation at The Linq.
To-date, Win-Win Entertainment has 25 events for Las Vegas nonprofits, including organizations like Spread the Word Nevada, the Natural History Museum, Lili Claire Foundation, Shade Tree and the Grant a Gift Autism Foundation.
Find out more about Win-Win Entertainment, and thanks again to everyone who came out to the “Headliners’s Bash” to support Win-Win and by extension our local Las Vegas charities. Check out more photos below from our friend, photographer Scott Roeben.