Fireworks stands are money-makers for non-profits
LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Fourth of July is simply across the nook and fireworks stands across the valley are opening Tuesday. Sales from the stands elevate money for non-profits and different teams.
The stand within the car parking zone at Rainbow Boulevard and Warm Springs Road is elevating money for the Freedom House and Sober Living which is a non-profit that gives housing, psychological assist, substance abuse, and therapy providers to folks experiencing homelessness.
Freedom House hopes to boost between $7,000 and $9,000 which is able to present two-and-a-half years of help providers for as much as 14 folks.
Freedom House CEO Jeff Iverson mentioned all of the money will go in the direction of its scholarship fund.
“We established our scholarship fund because, over the years, there have been so many people that really need a bed in one of our programs that don’t have a pay source or any ability to pay for themselves so we raise private money every year to be able to scholar people to a program and give them the services they need,” he mentioned.
As a aspect observe, the town does have a “safe and sane” fireworks marketing campaign. The solely fireworks which can be authorized in Clark County and its native cities are those recognized as “safe and sane.” Fireworks are allowed from June 28 by July 4 and non-profit teams are allowed to promote them for fundraising at regionally licensed and inspected stands.