$39 - $2018
April 21 | 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The Hangar Party, EAT-DRINK-GIVE
Early Bird tickets are now available HERE!
The Hanger Party is an exciting evening of fine cuisine and live music benefiting Northland Early Education Center (NEEC). Planned for Saturday, April 21 at the Airline History Museum-Hangar 9 at the Downtown Kansas City Airport, the evening will include amazing food stations and a full bar from Kansas City’s highly regarded restaurant group Bread & Butter Concepts. The menu includes food from Gram & Dun, BRGR Kitchen + Bar, The Oliver, Stock Hill–Kansas City Steakhouse, Urban Table and Taco Republic. There will be a silent and live auction, access to four flight simulators, as well as a fantastic live band. The event will provide visibility to approximately 300+ guests and will be an excellent opportunity for corporations to entertain clients at a dedicated table at this exceptional party.
Proceeds will directly benefit NEEC’s fully-inclusive early education and therapy services program for children ages birth to 5 who have special needs and typical needs in the Kansas City Northland community. NEEC provides these essential services for children in the Greater Kansas City metropolitan area. Did you know?
Very few preschools provide early education for children with special needs alongside their typically developing peers. Even fewer offer on-site therapy services for children with special needs.
There are only four organizations in entire Kansas City Metropolitan area that provide similar services for this targeted age group. NEEC is one of two located in the Northland community.
Thus far this year, NEEC has provided early education and/or therapy services for 210 children, 61% whom are children who have special needs.
The need in the Northland is so great for these types of services that NEEC’s wait list extends until August 2018.
Join us for a fun evening, Saturday, April 21, 2018 at the Airline History Museum–Hangar 9. For questions please email email@example.com or call Northland Early Education Center at 816-420-9005.