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Published on August 13th, 2018 | by TLV News


LOFT Gears Up for Night for Nonprofits this Thursday, August 16

The Lafayette Oxford Foundation for Tomorrow (LOFT) cordially invites you to the Night for Nonprofits to be held at 6 pm at the Powerhouse on August 16, 2018. The evening will showcase the good works of our nonprofit grant award finalists and the announcement of the 2018 grant award winners. This year, LOFT has allocated $50,000 to support grant award winners, which includes a $5,000 “crowd favorite” award voted on by the attendees.

Tickets can be purchased at http://oxfordarts.com/shop/product/985-night-for-nonprofits-august-16th or at the door for $10. To learn more about the event, see our current sponsors, or make a donation of any amount, please visit www.givegab.com/campaigns/nightfornonprofits. For more information on LOFT, please visit www.loftms.org or call Joseph “Jody” Holland, 662.418.1936

2018 Night for Nonprofit Organizations

  • Memory Makers Respite Day Services
  • Yoknapatawpha Arts Council
  • UM School of Education
  • Burns Belfry Multicultural Center
  • First Regional Library
  • Oxford Civic Chorus
  • Living Music Resource
  • Health Services in Action DBA Medical Ministries
  • Friends of Thacker Mountain Radio
  • Mississippi Coats 4 Kids
  • Gordon Educational Center
  • Oxford Film Festival
  • Theatre Oxford
  • Mississippi Presenters’ Network
  • Doors of Hope
  • Interfaith Ministries
  • Boys and Girls Club
  • United Way
  • Girl Scouts
  • Family Crisis Services
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