Charleston, W.Va. (July 28, 2016) – “Neighborhoods Helping Neighbors” is a city-wide flood relief fundraiser produced by Charleston Main Streets, the Downtown Business District, Bridge Road Neighborhood Association, Kanawha City Community Association, the Charleston Convention and Vistors Bureau (CVB), WV Radio, the West Virginia Power, Proud Eagle, and the City of Charleston. Proceeds from the event will be donated to Mountain Mission to aid in their Kanawha Valley flood relief rebuilding efforts. Event details are below.
Event: Neighborhoods Helping Neighorhoods
When: August 16th, 6:00-9:00 PM
Where: Appalachian Power Park
What: Neighborhoods Helping Neighbors will offer live music, a silent auction, limited edition t-shirts, local food vendors, and alcoholic beverages all under one roof at the Appalachian Power Park. Admission is free – food, alcohol, silent auction, and other items inside the park require purchase.
We invite you to participate in our press conference Tuesday, August 2nd at 10:15 AM located in the Appalachian Power Park’s Suddenlink Legends Club. The Appalachian Power Park is located at 601 Morris Street.
For more information, contact Steven Romano at Steven@CharlestonMainStreets.org or 304-952-4978.