Come join TAP-Chicago and KACC for our Holiday Party and 5th Annual Toy Drive at Nellcôte on Wednesday, December 20th! Inspired by the French chateau where the Rolling Stones recorded “Exile on Main Street” in the 70s, Nellcote is one of Chicago’s most luxurious and fun restaurant hotspots.
We are partnering with the youth program at the Chinese Mutual Aid Association and your toy donations will help make it a happy holiday for 80+ underprivileged children. Guests will enjoy complimentary appetizers as well as drink specials all night.
Join us to celebrate the holiday season the right way with good friends and for a good cause!
Registration on Eventbrite at https://asiantoydrive.eventbrite.com
+FREE with new, unwrapped toy ($10-$25 value), please try to use the registry below OR
+Early Bird – $10 donation to toy fund by Dec 18th OR
+General Admission – $15 donation to toy fund
CTA Green Line Morgan and buses nearby; limited street parking (e.g., Peoria/Sangamon/Morgan/Kinzie); also valet
There are 3 ways you can buy an item from the registry:
1. Pick item up or have it shipped to you before event, then bring the toy to the event. If you don’t buy from the registry, mark the item purchased at http://tgt.gifts/CMAA (Preferred)
2. Have item shipped to CMAA (the default registry address). The item must be delivered (not ordered) by Dec 19th. Bring a printed or electronic copy of your order confirmation to the event.
3. Have item available for store pickup by CMAA staff at Chicago Wilson Yard at, 4466 N Broadway St Chicago. Search Zip 60640. The item must be ready for pickup (not ordered) by Dec 19th. Select “alternate pickup person” and enter “Margaret Smith” and “email@example.com“. Bring a printed or electronic copy of your order confirmation to the event.
Cece Tran firstname.lastname@example.org (TAP-Chicago Social)
James Lim email@example.com (KACC)
Mavis Meng firstname.lastname@example.org (TAP-Chicago Community Service)
The Chinese Mutual Aid Association (CMAA) is a community social service agency providing low-income immigrants, refugees, and other minorities throughout Chicagoland with youth education, health care, job training, legal, English education, housing, and senior services. More info at https://www.chinesemutualaid.org/
More info about KACC and TAP-Chicago at https://www.kac-chicago.org/ and http://tapchicago.org/ or Facebook