Monmouth Teens Open Doors for Homeless Youth on April 13

posted Mar 9, 2015, 9:23 AM by Sarah Maris   [ updated Apr 13, 2015, 6:32 PM ]
Night of Future Broadway Stars flyer
Shining stars from Monmouth County high schools, including RBC, RBR, Freehold, Howell, Shore, and Middletown South will be performing show stopping tunes alongside Broadway stars on Monday April 13, 7pm at Rumson-Fair Haven High School.

“A Night of Future Broadway Stars” is an evening of kids helping kids and will benefit Covenant House Asbury Park. One of our youth from Covenant House will share his inspirational story and be showcased singing along with local students. Our own “Hollywood Anderson” from American Idol will also take the stage to perform

“Anyone who loves Broadway and supports the arts, will enjoy the show” said Nancy Incremona, a member of the Covenant House Asbury Park Program Board. “It’s a true community event that you won’t want to miss.”

Each of our homeless kids comes to us with their own story, and we don’t turn anyone away. We are so grateful to all of these young performers who are making it possible for us to keep our doors open for young people who need us. Covenant House New Jersey serves homeless and at-risk youth between the ages of 1821. We have a community outreach center in Asbury Park.

For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Nancy Incremona at 732-747-6315 or nrinc62@gmail.com Tickets are available CHNJ.BookTix.com