When: Thu., May 21, 5:30-8:30 p.m. 2015
HALOS (Helping And Lending Outreach Support) is a program that supports and advocates for abused and neglected children and their related caregivers. HALOS is holding a game show event based off of the popular show $25,000 Pyramid to raise money for the Kinship Care Program, which provides funds for the family members that take in neglected and abused children. The classic game show $25,000 pyramid is a trivia game where one contestant gives the other clues to a series of items belonging to a category. Local comic Jeremy McLellan will be hosting the event and Tanya Brown and Brooke Ryan from the morning show 2 Girls and a Guy will team up with four contestants to answer questions about Charleston. There will be a Lowcountry buffet by Carolina’s Catering and Events. Dr. Eve Spratt founded HALOS in 1997 when she reached out to local leaders for aid and began working alongside the Department of Social Services in programs that help abused children. She says that at HALOS, she sees “just how often ordinary people do extraordinary things,” both from their donors and the people they support.