Volunteer F.A.Q.

What is Evening of Dreams Goal?

Our goal is to reach out to the special needs community in a tangible way. Evening of Dreams is a red carpet event for teens and young adults with disabilities complete with formal wear, photographers and dancing. The goal is to create a prom experience with the ability to provide for a variety of special needs. Our guests enjoy being accompanied by a date throughout the evening as well as the opportunity for formal pictures, music, and refreshments.

What can I expect at Evening of Dreams?

Evening of Dreams is a prom for special needs students who don’t normally get to go to prom. Limousines, tuxedos, prom dresses, dinner, dancing, and karaoke were just some of the reasons lives were impacted. Some of the attendees face daily challenges of autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy (CP) and many other disabilities. Once the music starts, they hit the dance floor and never leave. The one thing that was abundantly clear, is that when given a chance, when included, kids will just be kids. They all eat together, talked together, danced together, sang together and created a night of dreams together. 

When is Evening of Dreams?

May 19, 2018 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Where is Evening of Dreams?

Capital Christian Center, 9470 Micron Ave, Sacramento, CA 95827

Is Evening of Dreams an annual event at Capital Christian Center?

Yes. This will be our Eighth annual Evening of Dreams.

What time does Evening of Dreams start and end?

Our prom starts at 6:00 and ends at 9:00. We will let you know based off your volunteer position what time you will need to arrive prior to start time.

How many volunteers are needed?

As our prom continues to grow so does the need for more volunteers. Over the past 3 years we’ve had over 350 volunteer participate at Evening of Dreams.

  • 2016: 253 Special Needs Guests with 447 Volunteers
  • 2015:  258 Special Needs Guests with 456 Volunteers 
  • 2014: 211 Special Needs Guests with 392 Volunteers
  • 2013: 185 Special Need Guests with 384 Volunteers
  • 2012: 161 Special Needs Guests with 382 Volunteers
  • 2011: 81 Special Needs Guests with 226 volunteers
  • 2010: 64 Special Needs Guests with 178 volunteers

Is there a volunteer orientation?

Yes! You’ll get information about orientation upon registration.

What is the dress code for Evening of Dreams?

We will go over dress attire based off your volunteer position at volunteer orientation.

How can I help other than volunteering?

We need donations of prom dresses, make up, and jewelry.


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