The East Coast Jingle Ball benefits the Autism Society of North Carolina and JDRF of NC. It is a night of fun put together to raise money for two great causes. The night will consist of a cocktail hour with food stations, lighting of the trees, special guest speakers, a silent auction, and live performances.
Only at the Jingle Ball will you have the chance to shoot for $10,000. We will be selling raffle tickets for a chance to do an Olive Toss sponsored by Jeff Gordon Chevrolet for a chance to win $10,000 if you make it!
Jon Evans is marking his 40th year in television news in 2023 and his 46th year in broadcasting. He anchors “WECT News at 5:30”, co-anchors “WECT News at 6pm” and “WECT News at 11pm” with Frances Weller, and co-anchors “WECT News at 10” on Fox Wilmington with Daniella Hankey. Jon also hosts and produces the award-winning “1on1 with Jon Evans” podcast, available on all major podcast apps.
Jenny has been playing live music in the Wilmington area for over 15 years. The Wilmington native enjoys playing different genres of music, those include country, 70's, 80's, 90's hits, followed by modern tunes. Don't be afraid to ask her for a song request. Jenny enjoys connecting with her community. She is also very passionate about helping organizations like the Autism Society of NC and JDRF of NC!
- December 8th, 2023.
- VIP 5:00pm - 10:00pm.
- VIP $150
- All of our sponsor packages come with a variety of tickets to the Jingle Ball and Winter Wonderland.
- Food is heavy hors d'oeuvres.
- Drinks are beer and wine.
- Holiday attire. That means you can be creative. No jeans.
- Inside of East Coast Volleyball Academy.
- 4608 Coddington Loop, Wilmington, NC 28405.
We have all seen these two organizations touch so many in a positive way. These events can help raise funds and awareness for both. The individuals with Type 1 and with Autism Spectrum Disorder face many challenges on a daily basis. We hope that by doing this, we can help them to live an easier and happier life!
Our goal is to promote dance education in a positive and fun way. Building a child's self esteem is one of the most important things you can do for them.
Our teachers at Point Your Toes strive to do just that. We know not every child learns the same way, therefore, we are prepared to adapt to each child's learning needs.
We teach technique through combinations and developing routines. Through dance, a love of music and rhythm will develop. Our hope is that each child that dances through our door will dance out with more self esteem and a greater love for dance!.