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Charity Initiatives and Events 
National Twilight Night, Inc. charity efforts are to help people and organizations in need. There isn't just one charity oranization that NTN contributes to, but whomever is in need and would like help from our organization.  NTN is always looking for charity organizations that can benefit from our non profitable efforts.  If you would you like NTN to help your organization, please contact us. We are happy to meet with you and discuss ideas on how NTN can help. 

How  Can You Help?
You can help NTN by participating in the group's periodical charity and fundraiser events.  Stay tuned to the NTN blog , Twitter and Facebook pages for updates on our fundraisers.  Or, contact NTN's Director of Charity Contributions and Outreach at
*******Giving Back to Forks******

In September 2015, National Twilight Night, Inc. partnered with the Forks Abuse Program (FAP) to organize "Giving Back to Forks, charity/ fundraiser event for victims of domestic violence
****Spread the Warmth*****

From December 1, 2015 until January 31, 2016 National Twilight Night, Inc. coordinated, "Spread the Warmth", a blanket drive for the homeless.  A total of $448 was raised to purchase 150 blankets.  NTN, Inc. gives many thanks to the sponsors of this charity campaign. 
Past NTN Charity Campaigns 
NTN Charity Campaigns 
National Twilight Night organized the most meaningful and thoughtful charity initiative by spreading holiday cheer to children who are hospitalized.

Lead by NTN’s Director of Charity Contributions & Outreach and with the help of the ‘Cards for Hospital Kids’ organization for children being treated in hospitals, 171 greeting cards were distributed to sick children throughout 14 children’s hospitals around the US. 
*******Breast Cancer Survivor*****

From Oct 1st through Oct 15th, 2016, NTN helped raise money to donate to the Breast Cancer Survivor Foundation by selling breast cancer bracelets. NTN raised nearly $70.