Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada (CCSN) is proud to welcome Vegas Golden Knights players and staff members, who will be preparing and serving a special free community meal. More than 1,000 of Southern Nevada’s most vulnerable men, women and children will enjoy a feast that includes Garlic Penne Pasta; California Blend Vegetables; Double Fudge Chocolate Roll and Butter; and Chef’s Choice of Whole Fruit.
More than 75 community volunteers will join the Golden Knights organization in preparing and serving the meal.
“We are excited to welcome the Golden Knights to the Las Vegas Valley,” said Deacon Tom Roberts, CCSN’s President & CEO. “It is clear that the players and staff have committed to helping their community.”
Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada serves free meals 365 days a year and offers myriad social service programs for those in need, including food services, day and evening shelters, Meals on Wheels and housing assistance.
Vegas Golden Knights Players and Staff
Deacon Tom Roberts
June 27, 2017
8:15 a.m. — Golden Knights players and staff arrive for meal prep
10:30 a.m. — Community meal begins
Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada
1501 N. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Media will have the opportunity to capture photos and obtain b-roll of the meal prep and service. Interview opportunities are available with Golden Knights players and staff and Deacon Roberts upon request.
ABOUT CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF SOUTHERN NEVADA
For 76 years, the mission of Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada has been to serve those in need – the most vulnerable, regardless of race, religion or creed. Today, through the support and generosity of foundations, grants, organizations and individual donors, Catholic Charities continues to operate programs, often with shoestring budgets, to meet the incredible needs of so many, in so many areas. These five categories – Family Services, Food Services, Senior Services, Immigration and Refugee Services, and Homeless and Housing Services – are providing a wide range of human services and support, from infants to seniors. Programs such as the Emergency Shelter, Meals on Wheels Senior Nutrition and Adoption Services are lifelines for those in need. A community resource that offers help and hope and restores a sense of dignity as it strives to meet the diverse needs of the more than 100,000 clients we serve every year.