Tickets on Sale for Party for The Place

Party for The Place: Studio 45

Kansas City, Mo. – Tickets are now on sale for Party for The Place: Studio 45, The Children’s Place’s annual fundraising gala on Saturday, April 1, at the Kansas City Marriott Downtown Muehlebach Tower. This glamorous night is presented by Dairy Farmers of America and will celebrate The Children’s Place’s 45th anniversary with a night of disco-glamor. The evening typically gathers some 750 people and often raises nearly half a million dollars to help young children and families heal from life’s deepest hurts.

Party for The Place promises to be a fabulous gathering led by our honorary chairs Danelle and Chris Bender, featuring cocktails and a signature mocktail, a delicious dinner, the excitement of a live auction with the Nigro Brothers, dancing and entertainment from 2 Proud 2 Beg. Individual tickets are now on sale for $250 each, and sponsorship packages are also available.

“Party for The Place provides crucial operating support to The Children’s Place making it possible for us to walk alongside children and families healing from traumatic events,” said Ann Thomas, President & CEO of The Children’s Place. “It is gratifying to see our community join together to ensure young children receive the mental health services they need to grow and thrive.” 

Purchase tickets today to join in the celebration at

The Children’s Place is Kansas City’s specialized trauma treatment agency serving the mental health needs of young children since 1978. The Children’s Place provides four distinct programs to offer a holistic continuum of care and a multi-disciplinary approach to mental health healing through the Day Treatment program, Counseling Center, Family Support Services and Screenings & Assessments. Learn more at

Lacey Helmig
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