Monday, August 03, 2009

Luxe for Life Event on August 29th to Benefit the Sacramento Childrens Home

Live the Luxe lifestyle at the Luxe for Life Fundraiser. A chic & cosmopolitan event benefiting the Sacramento Children's Home.

There'll be a hosted bar, dancing, tasty nibbles, auction, Chopard watch raffle and performance painter David Garibaldi! The evening will be hosted by Honorary Co-Chairs Kevin Martin of the Sacramento Kings and Courtney Dempsey of Good Day Sacramento.

$125 per person in advance, $150 at the door, $250 VIP access. Click here for more info/ticket reservation. You can also call 916.290.8199 to order by phone.

When: Saturday, August 29th; 8pm - Midnight.
Where: Sacramento Executive Jet Center; 6133 Freeport Blvd in Sacramento

About the Sacramento Children's Home:
Founded in 1867, today the Sacramento Children's Home offers 24 hour, community and educational programs that serve more than 1,800 families and 3,500 children of the Greater Sacramento Area each year. Our programs address the needs of children prenatal to young adulthood: from early intervention to intensive trauma care — from new born to emancipated youth. We believe in prevention and finding long-term care for our children.

The Sacramento Children's Home provides a broader continuum of care than any other agency of its kind in the region: The Sacramento Children's Home operates nine programs in 10 locations. The expertise of its staff and the range of their skills contribute to the highest quality of care for children at each developmental stage. Its length of service to the children of the region is unique and its programs are recognized for innovation and quality.
Our Mission

The Sacramento Children's Home is committed to helping build strong families; to opening doors to the future; to maximizing potential; and ending the cycle of child abuse.

Luxe for Life's presenting sponsor is Sactown Magazine and diamond sponsor is US Bank.


Erin said...

Hah! Little did you know you used the photo of me :)

Princess Julie said...

Wish I could go. Looks like it will be very nice.