The Woodlands, TX – This December, the spirit of the holidays shines bright in Montgomery County with the return of the beloved 'Hope for the Holidays' Christmas production. Set to dazzle audiences on December 2nd at 6 pm at College Park High School; this family-friendly variety show brings together the area's finest talents for an evening of festive entertainment.
Featuring Montgomery County's top singers, actors, and dancers, the show promises a heartwarming blend of traditional Christmas carols and delightful surprises. The audience is in for a treat as these performers showcase their extraordinary skills in a production that encapsulates the essence of the holiday season: hope, peace, joy, and live entertainment.
The event holds a deeper meaning, as it supports the Cassidy Joined for Hope Foundation. Founded in memory of 16-year-old Cassidy Hess, who tragically lost her life to suicide in 2015, the foundation is a beacon of hope in the community. Driven by Cassidy’s legacy, her family, led by Kim Hess, established the foundation to combat teen suicide and promote mental health awareness.
Kim Hess, Cassidy’s mother and President of the foundation, shares, "The holiday season can be particularly challenging for many. Our goal is to spread a message of hope and light. We want to remind everyone that, as Cassidy believed, 'you are doing better than you think you are, and God is doing more than you think He is.'"
Tickets for this inspiring event are available on Eventbrite under 'Tickets for Hope for the Holidays.'
Cassidy Joined Hope, Inc., a national 501(c)(3) non-profit that focuses on suicide prevention among teenagers. It raises awareness through student-led "Joined for Hope" Clubs in schools and the community. These initiatives are dedicated to fostering hope, kindness, and open discussions about mental health, depression, and suicide prevention.
For more information about the Cassidy Joined for Hope Foundation and the 'Hope for the Holidays' event, visit www.cassidyjoinedforhope.com.