Mad Cow show to benefit Coalition for Homeless

Thursday’s performance of Mad Cow Theatre’s She Stoops to Conquer will benefit the Coalition for the Homeless. It’s Mad Cow’s periodic Community Giving Night, when 20 percent of its ticket sales go to help a local charity.

Here’s more from Mad Cow:

Join us for Community Giving Night!

As part of our mission of “promoting, enhancing, and celebrating the human condition,” Mad Cow Theatre is making our   14th  Season a season of giving back to not-for-profits in Central Florida, by donating 20% of our ticket sales* for a specific performance to a local non-profit.

This Thursday, December 2, 20% of Single Ticket Sales will benefit The Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida.  Founded in 1987, the Coalition addresses the needs of the homeless in our community and serves as a catalyst for community collaboration to end homelessness.

The Coalition is able to help nearly 600 people each day, including men, women and children. As one of the few emergency shelters that accepts intact families in Central Florida, they see a large number of families in need of shelter and support. On any given night, the Coalition provides services to nearly 200 children, with an average age of seven years old. Last year, the Coalition served over 302,000 meals.

Please  join us for this special performance and support the work of Coalition for the Homeless in Central Florida.

To find out other ways to help the Coalition, please visit their website.

One response to “Mad Cow show to benefit Coalition for Homeless

  1. Love this benefit idea.