The Children’s Development Academy fall fundraiser, Party on our Playground, is returning for the second year. This year’s event will be held on October 22 from 6 to 10 p.m. on the playground at the CDA at 89 Grove Way in Roswell.
Tickets are $55 each and available now on the CDA website at cdakids.org/party-on-our-playground. The event raises money to help support the CDA mission of affording all children in our community high-quality early education.
The adult-only event will include beer, wine, and a signature drink along with tapas inspired by the diverse countries that CDA students and teachers represent.
Local artists Tim and Jake Christner will perform. Raffle tickets are also on sale to win one of five prize packages featuring a grand prize mountain house getaway. You do not need to be present to win the raffle.
“We are so happy to bring back Party on our Playground again this year,” said CDA CEO and Executive Director Maggie DeCan. “We got such great feedback last year that guests liked being here at the CDA on the playground and in the classrooms to see their support in action. I’d invite anyone that is looking to get more involved in our community to come out and find out how theycan help make a difference for the kids!”
To learn more about the CDA visit cdakids.org.
More About CDA: Children’s Development Academy (CDA) is a non-profit organization in Roswell, Georgia providing high-quality early care and learning to at-risk children in the greater north metro arc. Services enable families to work and contribute to Georgia’s economy while theirchildren are gaining the skills needed to be successful in school and life. The CDA provides a NAEYC accredited Three Star Quality rated program that teaches children the social, emotional and academic skills needed to excel. Founded in 1968 by a group of early pioneers in school readiness movement, the CDA grew from a home basement, to a church, to a community building located in the Historic Grove Way in Roswell. The Center opened in 1976. Currently the CDA serves up to 200 children ages 1 to 5 years.