Vegas Seven


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    Mondays Dark Celebrates Four Years of Helping Las Vegas’ Charities

    By Michael Lyle

    The event raised more than $600,000.

  • Do Good

    Help Fido and Party

    By Diana Edelman

    Show some love to shelter animals Thursday, April 20 at the NSPCA's annual event, Animals in Wonderland.

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    Epicurean Charitable Foundation Searches For the Next Generation of Hospitality Leaders

    By Kayla Dean

    The local organization provides full-ride scholarships and mentoring to CCSD students looking to pursue degrees in hospitality.

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    Shed Light on Childhood Cancer at Candlelighters’ Superhero 5K

    By Amber Sampson

    September is childhood cancer awareness month, and it’s your chance to shine a spotlight on the disease.

  • Dining

    Feasts to Fight Famine

    By Al Mancini

    After nearly a decade of covering and working with Three Square food bank, every visit to their warehouses and every conversation with its reps still features a moment that kind of floors me.

  • Seven Questions

    Seven Questions for Opportunity Village’s Linda Smith

    By Camille Cannon

    The senior executive vice president on her personal connection to the cause, effective fundraising and the simplest way to give back.

  • The Latest

    Feathers, Food and a Celebration of Three Square

    By Jessi C. Acuña

    Last year, Fashion for Three Square raised more than $2.5 million—and the Southern Nevada food bank just may surpass that number at this year’s event on May 8. The Bennett and Engelstad family foundations, who were instrumental in last year’s event, have pledged a $1 million match for the Bag Childhood Hunger campaign.

  • Style

    Feel Good Fete

    By Melinda Sheckells

    Creating a whimsical world is just another day in the life for the artists, technicians and employees putting on nightly shows on the Strip, but for one night a year their focus turns away from the showroom and toward a philanthropic cause. Circus Couture is a non-profit organization with designs on defeating pediatric cancer, and the organization puts together an annual spectacle of all things odd to raise money for research and treatment.

  • Insomniac Donates $115,000 to Charities

    By Deanna Rilling

    Think all that money spent by 320,000 people through the gates during the 16th annual Electric Daisy Carnival  only goes into a massive glowstick fund for next year’s event? Think again, as Insomniac Events continues its Charitable Giving Initiative to assist local and national non-profits.

  • The Latest Thought

    No, You Don’t Need Your Own Nonprofit

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    One of the first things I learned during a brief foray into charity work is that everyone wants to start his or her own nonprofit. Job candidates said it, volunteers said it, friends and strangers said it. Usually the conversation unfolded like this: Me: I’m working for a great nonprofit now. It’s called Helping Hands of Vegas Valley. (Shameless plug! Help senior citizens at!) Altruist: That’s great. I want to start my own nonprofit someday.