A one-hour benefit broadcast special set called “A Night of Hope” will feature a slew of celebrities joining forces this Saturday night, May 9, to raise funds for the Las Vegas community.
Musical entertainers including Marie Osmond, Carrot Top, Kane Brown, Lee Brice, Lil Jon, and One Republic are among the special guests.
The broadcast special set will premiere Saturday night at 7 p.m. on local network affiliates NBC, Fox, ABC, and CBS, on Las Vegas’ Coyote Country Radio 102.7 KCYE-FM, as well as stream online at hopeforthecity.tv.
“A Night of Hope” will be hosted by ABC The Bachelor’s Chris Harrison and Emmy-award winning television personality Giuliana Rancic.
Other celebrities are also expected to be in attendance, including members of the Vegas Golden Nights, Jon Gruden, Montell Jordan, Tedy Bruschi, Spencer Tillman, Jason Giambi, Brian Welch, and many more to be announced.
About Hope For The City
Hope For The City is a collective Las Vegas-based group including residents, businesses, and nonprofits who have all come together in an effort to meet the needs of the underserved in Las Vegas’ community.
They’re partnered with many faith-based organizations across the valley, including mega-church Central Church in Henderson, Three Square Food Bank, Share Village Las Vegas & Veterans Village, Henderson & Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Departments, and more.
Hope For The City has supplied food to 256,431 individual people in over 56,000 households across America. The total number of pounds of food supplied is over 2.9 million. The organization has also created over 117 pop-up government-approved food pantries.
During the pandemic, the organization has also been providing assistance to medical personnel, first responders, and food deliveries to over 1,500 elderly across the community who cannot leave their homes to obtain food and other necessary supplies due to the outbreak.
More About “A Night of Hope”
“A Night of Hope,” which is being described as an event “by Vegas for Vegas” will feature artists, athletes, celebrities and other public figures who either live in or love the city of Las Vegas.
The aim of the show is to raise awareness of the desperate food needs all across Las Vegas right now, as well as showing immense thanks to those who are fighting on the front lines in the Las Vegas community during the pandemic.
All donations that are made to Hope For The City through the fundraising event will be tax-deductible.