[KHTS] – The sixth annual Sweet Charity Cake Auction/Competition, held Saturday, attracted nearly 200 guests to support the Santa Clarita Valley Youth Project.
The event, held at the Valencia Country Club, featured 21 cakes made by amateur and professional bakers to raise funds for the Youth Project.
The sixth annual Sweet Charity Cake Auction to benefit the SCV Youth Project will be held Saturday at Valencia Country Club. The event will feature 21 decorated cakes to be auctioned to benefit the Youth Project which works with youth in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Julie Benson of Princess Cruises and...
A popular community fundraiser, SCV Youth Project’s Sweet Charity Cake Auction is back for its sixth year on Saturday, March 8, at the Valencia Country Club on Tourney Road.
Every year since 2009, businesses, organizations and community groups have submitted cakes that represent their mission or goal...
The Santa Clarita Valley Youth Project will hold a day full of events Oct. 12 to raise money for the services the organization provides for at-risk youth.
The day of events will start at 2 p.m. with Cards for a Cause, an evening “Poker Tour” around Valencia Town Center.
The event will start at Salt...
We too often read about it in the news but you may be surprised to learn that issues like depression, suicide, abuse, neglect, bullying, drugs, alcohol and pregnancy are affecting many of our local youth, right here in Santa Clarita. As a community, we try to work together to address these needs, provide...
Whitening Lightning presents the 2nd Annual “Comics For The Cause” to benefit The Youth Project (www.helpnothassle.org). For one night only, Mike and Molly star Billy Gardell will be joined on stage by popular comedy all stars Ralph Harris from Last Comic Standing and from TBS’s hit comedy show...
Realtors from across the Santa Clarita Valley will host a chili cook-off Thursday from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Embassy Suites in Valencia to benefit five different local charities.
There will be a cash bar, silent auction, chili tasting, live music , and voting to choose the best chili.
The five recipient...
The Santa Clarita Valley Youth Project has begun to tally the funds donated at their fifth annual Sweet Charity Cake Auction on Saturday, March 2. The event raised an estimated $26,000.
The auction was held at the Tournament Player’s Club in Valencia and featured cakes that were everything from wacky...
[SCV Youth Project] – Pacific Funding Mortgage Division and Southern California Gas Company presents “Comics For The Cause” to benefit The Youth Project, http://www.helpnothassle.org. For one night only, Jay Leno will be joined on stage by popular comedy all stars Tammy Pescatelli,...
SCV Youth Project will hold its fourth annual Sweet Charity Cake Auction on Saturday, April 21, to raise funds for its proactive support of at-risk teens in local schools and homes. Members of the community are invited to come and see the amazing confections of local businesses and organizations, which...
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