February 5, 2017 – Vineland, NJ – Elwyn New Jersey, a top local provider of adult day care services and other programs for intellectually and/or emotionally disabled individuals, is proud to announce the third annual Murder in The Mansion party.
Elwyn is well-known for entertaining and engaging fundraisers, and the Murder in The Mansion event may be the best yet. Part cocktail party and part show, Murder in The Mansion is an interactive theatrical experience backed up by gourmet food and signature cocktails from Chef Rob Buono of the Greenview Inn of Eastlyn Country Club.
Murder in The Mansion III is themed after classic 1930s Hollywood, and guests are encouraged -but not required- to dress accordingly. There will be two separate shows, on April 21 and 22, 2017, both held at the Maxham Mansion at Elwyn New Jersey. The cost to attend is $50 per person, with a limit of 50 people per night.
Proceeds will go to the New Jersey Self-Advocacy Pavilion Project. They propose to build a 40’ x 100’ picnic pavilion on campus so that the members of the self-advocacy group can hold events without the threat of inclement weather. The pavilion can be used for meetings, picnics, dances, exercise sessions and for special events held throughout the year. The self-advocacy group encourages intellectually or emotionally disabled individuals to be involved in advocacy for their own cause. The group participates in governmental processes such as legislative and budgetary hearings, encouraging members to make their voices heard on these critical matters.
Murder in The Mansion III is expected to earn over $10,000 for the Pavilion Project, and Elwyn looks forward to a terrific night of fun and frights. Contact Elwyn directly for further information.
For over 150 years, Elwyn has been dedicated to providing compassionate and enriching care to both children and adults with a wide range of intellectual, emotional, and developmental challenges. The child and adult day care services Elwyn provides, along with its many other programs, are all aimed at helping each individual discover his/her own strengths and abilities. Elwyn believes no one is without potential, and wants to see that potential developed in every participant of its programs.
For more information, please visit https://www.elwyn.org or call 610-891-2000.