Keep Hope Alive - A Fundraiser for Simply Smiles

Keep Hope Alive is a fundraiser to benefit the work of Simply Smiles.

If you live in the Connecticut area there is sure to be one near you! Join them at any of the three events and help Simply Smiles to provide bright futures for impoverished children in Mexico and on the Cheyenne River Reservation in South Dakota.

The evenings feature free admittance, cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, special music by singer/songwriter Kristen Graves, a presentation of Simply Smiles programs by founder Bryan Nurnberger (born and raised in Naugatuck,) and the opportunity to support children in need.

Everyone is welcome.

Singer/songwriter and state troubadour Kristen Graves channels her passion for Simply Smiles into her music. Inspired by single mothers living in a garbage dump, by children living on an Indian Reservation, and by their supporters, she performs what she feels and experiences.

Kristen’s song, “Keep Hope Alive” inspired these events. And she will be with them at all three fundraisers this year to share with you a live performance. But if you can’t wait, you can listen to and download her song right here!

Free download of “Keep Hope Alive” by Kristen Graves:  Original Version |  Piano Version

Keep Hope Alive - Norwalk

March 22, 2014
7:00 pm
Stepping Stones Museum
Norwalk, CT

Keep Hope Alive - Deep River

April 4, 2014
Deep River Town Hall Theater
Deep River, CT
7:00 pm

Keep Hope Alive - Middlebury

April 11, 2014
7:00 pm

The Shoppes at Whittemore Crossing
The Shoppes are also known as Middlebury Consignment.
1365 Whittemore Road
Middlebury, CT

RSVP & More Info

www.simplysmiles.org or 203 810-4041

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