Flint Hills Foster Teen Camps looking for Big Turnout at their Annual Evening of Hope Benefit

By Ryan Duey

The Flint Hills Foster Teen Camps (FHFTC) Organization is hosting its annual Evening of Hope Benefit Dinner and Auction on Saturday, April 6th, with a cocktail hour starting at 5:00 p.m., followed by dinner and a live auction at Sikes Venue in Leonardville.

FHFTC has been providing support for foster teens aged 12 to 18 for fifteen years. Emily Garwood, FHFTC’s Auction Coordinator, says they are dedicated to providing a nurturing environment at FHFTC.

Their annual Evening of Hope Benefit greatly impacts FHFTC’s mission with funds helping the organization sustain these transformative camps.

Garwood emphasized that FHFTC relies on Community Support, Donations, and Volunteers to provide this service to foster teens.

You can get more information on the organization and its different foster camps at www.fhftc.org. To purchase tickets or to join the auction virtually on April 6th visit www.givebutter.com/fosterteen.

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