Farmington Hills kids’ charity hosts Masquerade Ball

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Guests at last year’s Kyyba Kidz Foundation fundraiser enjoyed a Las Vegas-themed event. (Submitted photo)

Kyyba Kidz Foundation, an organization launched by Farmington Hills-based Kyyba, Inc., will host its 2016 Charity Fundraiser Gala Dinner on February 6, at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi.

The Masquerade Ball, held from 7 p.m. to midnight, will include a silent auction and raffle, dinner and dancing. Guests are welcome to bring their own masks or purchase them on-site by making a donation.

Open to those 18 years and older, individual tickets are $150 each and a table of 10 is $1,000. Pre-registration is required by January 22, at kyybakidzfoundation.org.

“From gowns and gararas to suits and sherwanis, we encourage all to put on their most festive formal wear for a night of fun, mystery and giving back,” said Tel Ganesan, president of the Kyyba Kidz Foundation’s Board of Trustees.

In 2010, leaders at Farmington Hills, Mich.-based Kyyba Inc., a technology and staffing services company, recognized the need and importance of a quality education in order to provide the necessary job skills to enter the workforce. They soon founded Kyyba Kidz Foundation, a nonprofit which seeks to promote and support the education and general welfare of those most in need.

Through charitable activities, fundraisers, events and sponsorships, the nonprofit’s volunteers participate in scholastic and advancement opportunities while receiving and administering funds to local and international nonprofit organizations involved in the education, literacy and mentoring of orphans and underprivileged individuals.

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