Treasure House Raises $560,000 at 6th Celebrity Game Night

Brenda and Kurt Warner’s Rock’N 6th Celebrity Game Night, raised more than $560,000 for Treasure House, a supported living residence for young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDDs). The Treasure House of Rock-themed event, with support from Premier Sponsor Willmeng Construction, took place on Friday, October 27, 2023 at Scottsdale Hangar One.

Watch the recap of this rock’n night!

The program highlighted the unique journeys and many accomplishments of Treasure House residents, dubbed Resident Rock Stars during the evening. One resident, Nate, made his debut concert performance playing drums alongside rock band, Stryder. Another resident, Katie, celebrated her upcoming transition to complete independence. Her parents joined her on stage to talk about the impact that Treasure House has made on their family. The evening also highlighted that 72% of residents are gainfully employed, compared to the 21% national average for Americans with disabilities.

The annual game night was emceed by Melissa Peterman with entertainment by Just Energy Entertainment. Interactive games included Larger-Than-Life Cornhole Presented by Santisi Brothers Pizzeria & Sports Grill; Rock-tales presented by KSLX 100.7’s Karen Dalessandro; Know Your Rock? presented by the Chey Castro Group; Last Fan Standing presented by Innovative Glass Auto Glass; and Catch with Kurt, a fan favorite.

Katie addresses guests at Celebrity Game Night
Nate the Great performs on drums to a 500-person audience.

VIP Guests received backstage passes to Unomojo’s VIP Lounge where they enjoyed a meet and greet with Brenda and Kurt Warner, an intimate Q&A with Treasure House residents, and top-tier Treasure Bag prizes.

In addition to ticket sales, Celebrity Game Night generated funds for Treasure House through proceeds from Treasure Bags, merchandise, raffle tickets, and an energetic live auction and paddle raise.

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