An Evening of Improv & Youth Storytelling
Thanks to your generous support, our first annual Stand Up with HomePlate event raised $46,000 for vital services for at-risk youth and was a super fun, inspiring evening!
Stand Up with HomePlate is a fun, interactive evening of improv and youth storytelling to raise funds for critically needed services for homeless and at-risk youth across Washington County. Youth served by HomePlate engaged in improvisational theater and story-telling guided by improv professionals Brad Fortier and the Knockouts. With Bag & Baggage Director, Scott Palmer, as emcee, a dynamic and exciting evening. Guests also enjoyed music by Melao de Cuba, hors d’oeuvres and cocktails in a festive setting conveniently located at PCC Rock Creek.
Thank you to the photographers Donna Leathers and Kerri Ruede.