Frequently Asked Questions

What is Night to Shine?

Night to Shine is an unforgettable prom night experience, centered on God’s love, for people with special needs, ages 14 and older.

What activities are provided at Night to Shine?

Some of the activities you will be able to enjoy at Night to Shine include limousine rides, karaoke, hair and makeup touch-ups, shoe shines, a dance floor and more!

When is the next Night to Shine event?

Friday, February 7, 2020

Where is the event being hosted?

Globally, Night to Shine is hosted by hundreds of churches. To see a list of all the host locations around the world, please visit www.timtebowfoundation.org/ministries/night-to-shine
Locally, CHURCH NAME is hosting Night to Shine 2020 at CHURCH NAME/VENUE NAME, CHURCH/VENUE ADDRESS

Who can attend Night to Shine?

Night to Shine is open to anyone with special needs, ages 14 and older.

When will I be able to register to attend Night to Shine 2020?

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When will I be able to register to volunteer at Night to Shine 2020?

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What should I wear?

If you are an honored guest, ladies are welcome to wear a dress or gown and gentleman are welcome to wear a suit or tuxedo.
If you are a volunteer, we will provide more information regarding your attire during volunteer training.
If you are serving as a Buddy, please wear modest formalwear.

What positions can I volunteer for?

The following is a list of volunteer roles available:

  • Activities
  • Bathroom Assistant
  • Buddy
  • Buddy Check-In
  • Coat Check
  • Dance Floor
  • Floater
  • Flowers
  • Food Prep
  • Food Service
  • Gift Takeaway
  • Guest Registration
  • Hair, Makeup & Shoe Shine
  • Local Security
  • Medical
  • Paparazzi
  • Parking
  • Red Carpet
  • Respite Room
  • Safety
  • Sensory Room
  • Set-Up
  • Social Media Photographer
  • Tear Down
  • Transportation
  • Volunteer Check-In

I want to volunteer. Is training provided and is it mandatory?

Yes, volunteer training will be provided and is mandatory for all volunteers.

What is the Respite Room?

The Respite Room provides the opportunity for parents and caregivers to rest and enjoy a night off, knowing that their loved ones are having an amazing time in a safe environment with a personally assigned volunteer buddy.

What is the Sensory Room?

The Sensory Room is a quiet space removed from the main event area where guests can take a few minutes away from the lights, noise and excitement of Night to Shine should they begin to feel overwhelmed or over-stimulated.

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