2020 Night to Shine -2/7/2020
February 7, 2020 registration links:
Volunteer registration closed. You may enter a new registration but your application will be on hold UNLESS you are notified.
Volunteer registration 18 years old and older: Click Here
Volunteer registration 14 to under 18 years old: Click Here
Our special Guest registration must be over 14: Click Here
Back Ground Check Form:
All Background checks MUST be received at the church No Later then Monday Feb 3rd.
Important Notice: For the safety of our Special Guests, all volunteers 18 and older are required to submit the Night to Shine Background Check form in order for their application to be reviewed and approved unless a background check was processed on your behalf last year by the Night to Shine Chenango Bridge organization. The form includes directions for returning the completed form. If you have any questions, you may contact us at Night2Shinecb@gmail.com. Please Mail and do not email.
All Training and Boutiques will be held at:
First United Methodist Church of Chenango Bridge
740 River Road
Chenango Bridge, NY 13745
Training to be held at First United Methodist Church of Chenango Bridge.
Wed. Jan. 29th at 6PM
Sat. Feb. 1 at 10AM and 1PM
Thursday Feb 6PM – You cannot submit a Background check here, it is closed.
Dress/Suit Boutique – To be held at the church Feb 1st 2:30PM – 4:30PM
Night to Shine is:
- A worldwide movement.
- Changing Valentine’s Day weekend from simply a celebration of love, to a celebration of God’s love, for people with special needs.
- An unforgettable prom night experience.
- A celebration of the value of life.
- A night when all guests are kings and queens of the prom.
- Held simultaneously on one night around the world.
- Changing the narrative on how people with special needs are viewed.
Every guest of Night to Shine enters this complimentary event on a red carpet complete with a warm welcome from a friendly crowd and paparazzi. Once inside, guests receive the royal treatment, including hair and makeup stations, shoe shining stations, limousine rides, corsage and boutonnieres, a catered dinner, prom favors for each honored guest, a Respite Room for parents and caretakers and, of course, dancing!
This year the Tim Tebow Foundation has 621 churches representing 33 denominations and 190,000+ volunteers in 49 states and 21 countries. We will all come together on one night to celebrate 100,000+ honored guests with special needs in what has become not just a nationwide event, but a worldwide movement, celebrating people with special needs.
Each guest receives a crown or tiara because they are all kings and queens. This is a night not only for guests to shine, but for churches to shine, for volunteers to shine, and most importantly, for Christ to shine.
The Tim Tebow Foundation is committed to celebrating people with special needs.