The Donut Bar in Downtown Las Vegas has joined the fight to combat youth homelessness with a special promotion in conjunction with the 10th Annual Homeless Youth in the Alley Bowling Tournament to benefit Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth.
From Sunday, May 5 to Saturday, May 11, the Donut Bar will donate 25 percent of donut sales of the “HYA Donut Special” to the nonprofit Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth, the most comprehensive provider of life-saving services for homeless youth in Southern Nevada. The designated donut is the Crème Brulèe Donut, the Donut Bar’s most popular offering.
The Donut Bar promotion leads up to the Homeless Youth in the Alley Bowling Tournament on Saturday, May 11 at the Suncoast Bowling Center, and allows the community to help homeless youth who may not be able participate in either the “Superheroes by Day” event or “Vigilantes by Night” competition. Tickets are still available with prices starting at $25 per bowler or $125 per team of five. Registration includes unlimited bowling, food, refreshments, desserts, tournament swag bag, tournament souvenir and more; the evening session also will feature a DJ and cosmic bowling. Themed costumes are encouraged. To register or for other participation and sponsorship opportunities, visit www.nphy.org/hya or call NPHY at 702-383-1332.
The Donut Bar joins a growing list of sponsors for the bowling tourney including Zappos, Expedia Group, Sletten Construction, Robco Electric, Tropicana, Caesars Entertainment, Budding Ivey Foundation, Prism Medical Products, and more.
The award-winning Donut Bar is located at 124 S. 6th Street, #140, and is open from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday and Sunday.
Strengthening and complementing the high-quality direct services for homeless youth, NPHY is dedicated to advocating for the Las Vegas Valley’s homeless youth population and serves as a leader in systems-level efforts to eliminate homelessness among Nevada’s youth. For more information or to support our life-changing work for homeless youth, please visit www.nphy.org.