Curate for a Cause at JossandMain.com

Starting today, fans can help support The Nicholas Sparks Foundation through Joss and Main's new online event Nicholas Sparks: Curate for a Cause. The beautifully curated collection is inspired by The Longest RideDear John, and The Notebook and sales benefit Nick's charitable organization. There are a limited number of items up for sale so pop in today and take a look before it is all sold out at JossandMain.com.

Support the NSF, Attend the Safe Haven Premiere

Buy Tickets to the Safe Haven Premiere

[updated Jan 31: Premiere tickets are now sold out - thank you!]

Check out this fantastic opportunity for Sparks fans: Relativity Media has partnered up with the Nicholas Sparks Foundation to offer up tickets to the Los Angeles Safe Haven Premiere and Post Premiere Reception on February 5th. Fans who purchase tickets will be supporting the Foundation which inspires and transforms students lives by focusing on gobal education.

To purchase tickets, visit eventbrite.com. For more information about the Foundation, visit NicholasSparksFoundation.org.

The Epiphany School of Global Studies Unveiled to Community

Nicholas Sparks Epiphany School

Nicholas and his wife Cathy founded The Epiphany School seven years ago to provide a strong education for youth preparing for college. After growing quickly, they began construction on a new school last year and recently unveiled The Epiphany School of Global Studies to the community of New Bern, North Carolina! At a recent open house in the school's beautiful new Performing Arts Center, Nicholas tells the 200 attendees... "We hoped the school would be loved by New Bern and embraced with quality education a little different from what you can get in other places." Read the full story at New Bern Sun Journal's website.

Sparks Flying Basketball Camp Returns This Summer

Nicholas' Sparks Flying Basketball Camp

In an effort to continue making a positive impact on youth and encourage the hard work and dedication it takes to pursue one’s dreams, Nicholas, a former star athlete himself, is hosting his 2nd annual “Sparks Flying Basketball Camp” on August 2 & 3 in New Bern, NC for kids aged 5-18. “In the beginning, it always starts with the dream and the desire.” says Sparks. Read the full story at NewBernSJ.com.

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