Wine, Women & Shoes fashion event to benefit Voices for Children

With Voices for Children as its partner nonprofit organization, the 2012 Wine, Women & Shoes fundraiser will be staged the afternoon of May 12, from 2-5 p.m., at the Rancho Santa Fe estate of Patricia Brutten and include, as the name suggests, a festive atmosphere of fashion, fine wine and good cheer. All event proceeds benefit Voices for Children, a San Diego nonprofit that provides volunteer advocates to foster youth to ensure their needs are met in the courtroom, classroom and community.

Tickets: $150; Girlfriend Package (four tickets): $550

For more information, tickets, etc.: Rebecca Reyes at (858) 598-2232 or rebeccar@speakupnow.org.

Organized by Voices for Children and event co-chairs Patricia Brutten, Becca Craig, Gina Ellis, Lisette Farrell, Marina Marrelli, and Cissy Wolfe, the event features:

•An array of premium wines from an illustrious list of boutique vintners

•Gourmet goodies provided by local restaurants and caterers

•The “Shoe Guys” who wander the event, tempting guests with stylish shoes on silver platters

•The Marketplace, that includes designer shoes, artisan jewelry and accessories

•A fashion show featuring Missoni, Ted Baker and Karen Millen, and informal modeling throughout the venue

•Live and silent auctions

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Posted by Staff on May 3, 2012. Filed under Community, Events, Life, Philanthropy. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

1 Comment for “Wine, Women & Shoes fashion event to benefit Voices for Children”

  1. Sounds like it would have been a fun event! Wine and shoes…a woman’s dream!

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