KnILE Center Hosts Havana Nights Fundraiser to Give Back to Local Parkinson’s community

To commemorate its 10 year anniversary, KnILE Center, a private boutique style school that offers a myriad of educational and social programs for children in grades one to 12, is excited to announce a Cuban-themed fundraising event called Havana Nights on September 21st from 7 to 11 pm at Cindy’s Palace, located at 1102 Minonite Rd. in Richmond.

Havana Nights promises to provide guests with an evening filled with authentic Cuban food, music, entertainment and dancing.  The event is inspired by the heritage of KnILE founder and host Betsy DeVega.

DeVega was diagnosed with early onset Parkinson’s disease in 2016 but has not allowed this news to stop her or her passion for helping others.  On the contrary, she is more determined than ever to pay it forward and continue to serve others in the community, especially our youth. This is why she chose  Houston Area Parkinson Society (HAPS), as well as the KnILE Center Parent Group (KPG), as the beneficiaries of this event’s proceeds.

“We really hope you can join us for this fun night filled with music, laughter, culture and dance,” said DeVega. “Your contributions will help me continue to make a difference in others’ lives, both through our local Parkinson’s program and scholarships for students wanting to attend our school.  We look forward to what the next 10 years hold for KnILE, the new memories and lives we will have the honor of touching.”

For more information about tickets and sponsorship opportunities, contact KnILE at 281-761-6610. Tickets are $75 each.

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