An evening at PaperMoon for a great cause: Gentlemen’s club pairs with Toys for Tots
On Saturday, December 8th 2018, PaperMoon in Springfield, Virginia is holding a party to raise toy donations for Toys for Tots. Customers can bring in a new unwrapped toy, or make a donation of $20 or more, to be entered to win a $500 cash prize. The more donations a customer provides, the greater that customer’s odds of winning. Winners will be selected at the party and must be present to win.
Toys for Tots is a program run by the United States Marine Corps Reserve. Founded in 1947 by Major Bill Hendricks, Toys for Tots aims to provide toys for children in need, ensuring all families get a chance to celebrate the holiday season. The program distributes an average of 18 million toys a year to 7 million families in need, and PaperMoon VIP is proud to join the ranks of Toys for Tots’ nearly 800 local toy collection sites.
PaperMoon, a gentlemen’s club and community fixture in Springfield, VA, is excited for the opportunity to give back to their community. The classy venue provides top-tier entertainment for a variety of residents in Springfield as well as Washington, D.C, and prides itself on creating luxurious, bespoke experiences. The party on Saturday, December 8th, 2018, promises to be a night of fun, warmth, and holiday cheer, complete dedicated United States Marines.
In fact, Toys for Tots joins other charities in PaperMoon’s latest community outreach efforts. On November 19th, 2018, PaperMoon VIP also held a food drive for New Hope Housing. They also have an ongoing promotion for the holiday season: bring in a toy, cash, or food donation any time from November 28th until December 7th to receive half off of cover charge before 8PM.
PaperMoon is a gentleman’s club that brings together the best of fine alcohol and stunning performers to entertain Springfield, VA and Washington, D.C. With a wide variety of bespoke VIP services, the venue offers a taste of luxury while out on the town.
For more information about this topic, please contact RoseMarie LaPeter at 804-241-5799.