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INBA Outreach Scholarship Fundraiser

Reasons Save The Date2Spokane and INBA’s Pride celebration continues this week with a benefit performance at The Modern Theater, Wednesday June 17. All INBA members and guests are invited to attend the fundraiser that will benefit the INBA Outreach scholarship/internship program. The performance of Reasons To Be Happy will start at 7:30 pm with a pre-show reception of light hors d’ouveres and no-host bar at the theater. The theater is located at 174 S. Howard St. (the former Interplayer’s location).

The play was written by Neil Labute who was born in Detroit but raised in Spokane. The play is a hard-edged comedy that explores adult themes and relationships that are still very current today. The play does feature strong language and may not be suitable for children due to content, and course language. The play recently received a positive review from The Spokesman-Review

‘REASONS TO BE HAPPY’ GIVES REASONS TO LAUGH, BUT IN UNEASY WAYS – SPOKESMAN-REVIEW

The Outreach Board hopes to raise $2000 from the evening. Tickets are $25 per person and can be purchased online and at the door. Donations to the scholarship and internship fund can be made at this link if you cannot attend.

The benefit’s presenting sponsor is Thinking Cap Communications & Design who was also this year’s Pride Parade Community Business Grand Marshall. INBA has awarded over $59,000 since 1995. Scholarships are administered through the Pride Foundation and Internships are administered through INBA. In 2006, INBA Outreach was formed as a separate 501 (c )3 non-profit as the charitable arm of INBA which is a 501 (c )6 non-profit.  All donations to INBA Outreach are tax deductible, please consult your tax advisor.

 

 

 

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