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After School Matters Sneaker Ball Celebrates Fashion and Philanthropy in Support of Chicago Teens
WHAT: After School Matters ® first-ever in-person Sneaker Ball is taking place on Saturday, April 30 hosted by their Associate Board. Grab your coolest kicks and get ready to party in style while supporting Chicago teens.
Sneaker Ball will feature talented After School Matters youth, DJ Kid Clay playing all your favorite music, entertaining special guests like ABC7 Chicago anchor Samantha Chatman, Chicago Urban Historian Shermann “Dilla” Thomas, and cast members from Love is Blind Season 2 and more! The event will also offer delicious food and drink, and an exciting raffle. You’re invited to dress for an elegant night on the town, but make sure to wear your freshest sneakers to dance the night away. You don’t want to miss it!
Proceeds from Sneaker Ball will support the After School Matters stipend fund, which provides paid programming opportunities for Chicago teens to explore their passion and potential in the arts, communications and leadership, sports, and STEM.
WHEN: Saturday, April 30 at 7:00 p.m. CST.
WHERE: Epiphany Center for the Arts, 201 S. Ashland Ave.
General Admission $150 – Access to all you can eat and drink for the night.
VIP Party Pack $1000 – Entry for four people, plus access to our exclusive VIP lounge with a private bar, four raffle tickets, four swag bags, and food and drink all night.
For more information and to purchase your tickets, visit our Sneaker Ball Webpage, http://afterschoolmatters.org/sneaker-ball-2022/
About After School Matters
After School Matters is a nonprofit organization that provides world-class, after-school, and summer opportunities to Chicago public high school teens to explore their passions and develop their talents while gaining critical skills for work, college, and beyond. After School Matters programs are project-based, led by industry experts, and provide a pathway to progress in skills development and independence. Teens earn a stipend while participating in programs in the arts, communications and leadership, sports, and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). Over the span of three decades, After School Matters has engaged more than 350,000 teens throughout the city of Chicago. www.afterschoolmatters.org
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