Twin City Santa
Making Miracles on 5th
Sarah K Wilson
On Friday, December 7th, 2018, Twin City Santa is hosting the 16th annual Miracle on 5th Street which provides toys to children in need through the Salvation Army. Twin City Santa is a charity organization that originally started in 2002 and has proudly remained 100% volunteer led. Twin City Santa runs on passion and strives to accomplish the moment of joy a child experiences upon the discovery of a new gift.
This beloved (21 and over) semi-formal event will be held at the Millennium Center, in downtown Winston-Salem from 7pm to midnight. Festivities include live music, dancing, hors d’oeuvres, complimentary beer and wine, soft drinks, and best of all: making a real difference in the lives of those who need it most this holiday season.
Our live musician lineup for the night includes Lucky Pocket, along with the renowned Camel City Party Rocker himself DJ HEK YEH!! To top it off, iHeartMedia’s own Keith Allen (100.3 Kiss FM) will be the MC for the evening. There will be a raffle to heat things up even further: with hopes to top last year’s raffle at $13,000 worth of prizes! Cash liquor bars will also be available at the event serving up drinks.
Admission to Miracle on 5th Street requires a new unwrapped toy valued at $25, along with a ticket upon entry. Pre-sale tickets are available now for $25 (www.twincitysanta.com) and will be available for $30 come the day of the event. No toy? No problem, there is a $25 no toy fee for entry, and our experts will take care of the shopping for you.
By joining us for this spectacular evening, you will be giving more than a gift to an underprivileged child, but making wishes come true, and bringing joy to a home that desperately needs some holiday magic. Imagine the smiles and excitement such a simple gesture of kindness will bring, all while having a great night intermingling, dancing, and possibly winning some awesome prizes!
Miracle on 5th Street is about bringing the community together, and caters to the demographic of local students, graduates, and professionals in the area. Last year, the attendance had over 1,400 of Santa’s helpers making the event an outstanding opportunity for sponsors to get positive exposure in a bustling community.