Monday, April 13, 2015

Local Teen Angel Project Announces Wings! 2015 Gala

From our friends at Teen Angel Project...

Local Teen Angel Project (TAP) Announces Wings! 2015 Gala to Benefit Teen/Tween Dance Efforts for Community Organizations

Teen Angel Project (TAP) has donated more than 3,000 community service hours in performances at local hospitals, homeless shelters, nursing homes, and more. They are raising awareness and funds for their community-based service projects at their Annual Wings! 2015 Gala. This year, TAP will award its First Annual “Wings Award” to a local 89-year-old who has inspired the next generation of performers. The recipient, Gemma Adami, 89, a Silver Spring resident at Grace House, is a retired Italian opera singer and will sing "Ave Maria."

WHAT: Emcee’d by local NBC Anchor Angie Goff, watch local teen/tween performances of song & dance; enjoy gourmet food; and bid on all-star live auction items including tickets to

•  The Ellen Show (Los Angeles)

•  2015 Tony Awards (NYC)

•  2016 People's Choice Awards (Los Angeles) including hotel accommodations at the Marriott Live Hotel and tickets to the Grammy Museum

•  Sunday Meet the Press

•  The Kelly & Michael Show (NYC, Kelly Ripa)

•  The Meredith Vieira Show (NYC)

•  And lots more!

Note: Online auction - - opens April 12th and closes May 9th at 7:30 PM.

Note: In addition to the talented line-up of 30 teen/tween performers, this year’s GALA will include a special performance by Sherwood High School Junior Haley Stuart, an upcoming recipient of the 2015 Soroptimist International of Upper Montgomery County, MD (SIUMC) Violet Richardson Award (VRA) for her volunteer work with the Teen Angel Project.

WHEN: Saturday, May 9, 2015 at 6:30 PM

WHERE: The Woman’s Club of Chevy Chase, 7931 Connecticut Avenue, Chevy Chase, Maryland 20815


COST: $100 per person

About the Teen Angel Project:
Teen Angel Project (TAP) is a 501c(3) program for middle and high school students whose mission is to bring joy to communities in need, through song and dance. TAP performs in hospitals, homeless shelters, veterans’ facilities, hospice centers, nursing homes... wherever music could brighten a life. Developed by parents and students, this community service organization is committed to fostering a socially conscious performing company. More info is available at and the Teen Angel Project Twitter and Facebook pages.