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Salsa for Life

  • Fête Music Hall 103 Dike Street Providence, RI, 02909 United States (map)
Fête Music Hall presents

Salsa for Life

A night to celebrate life!
A fundraiser for The Samaritans of Rhode Island

Friday April 21st

Fête Ballroom
Doors: VIP 8:30pm • GA 9:30pm
Tickets: VIP $50 • GA ADV $25 • GA DOOR $30
All Ages




• Early entry (8:30pm)
• Dance Lesson from Mori
• Early access to refreshments
• VIP section in the balcony
• Limited availability!


Salsa for Life


A night to celebrate life!

To bring awareness and support to suicide prevention and The Samaritans of Rhode Island organization. All donations to benefit The Samaritans of Rhode Island.


The Samaritans of Rhode Island


24 Hour Crisis Hotline/Listening Line
Emergency? Call 911
Need to talk? (401) 272-4044 or RI (800) 365-4044

Who We Are
Established in Providence in 1977, the Rhode Island branch of The Samaritans is a statewide, independent, nonprofit, non-religious, philanthropic organization. We are recognized by the IRS as a charitable 501(c)(3) organization.

Vision Statement
To have a suicide free Rhode Island.

A Suicide Prevention Resource for Rhode Islanders
The Samaritans will be the “agency of choice” for individuals, families and other community stakeholders who seek information relating to suicide prevention, grief support, education and resources.

Mission Statement
Within the belief that suicide is generally preventable, the mission of The Samaritans is to help reduce the incidents of suicide in Rhode Island through greater access to information and resources. To achieve this mission, The Samaritans recognizes that suicide prevention is a process involving many community resources. As an agency that is not a licensed health care facility, The Samaritans believes its role within the suicide prevention process works best when volunteers, those left behind by suicide and other volunteer and professional stakeholders step forward to:

· Work to eliminate the stigma associated with the topic of suicide prevention and grief support
· Provide access to information and resources
· Advocate for programs and services that enhance public awareness, peer to peer volunteerism and community service in direct support of those who are lonely, depressed, and suicidal or grieving the loss of someone by suicide and greater mental health services for everyone affected by suicide
· Embrace “befriending” and nonjudgmental listening as the means for communicating and connecting with those affected by suicide


Earlier Event: April 20
XBOX ONE Tournament
Later Event: April 22