30th Anniversary Pink & Blue Gala
Benefiting The Children’s Home Society of Florida
Saturday, February 9, 2013 at 7:00 p.m.
100 Chopin Plaza, Miami, 33131
305-755-6520 (Patricia Andrade)
The GLAMOUROUS Pink & Blue Gala, chaired by community activist Ana Hernandez, promises to be one of the “can’t miss” events of the year. The Wow Factor, in charge of event production, will “wow” us, with a night to remember that will commence with a luxurious cocktail reception and silent auction at 7:00 PM followed by dining, and dancing to the Steven Chase Band.
The Pink & Blue Gala, sponsored by Wells Fargo Advisors, gives hundreds of Miami’s most prominent philanthropists, socialites and professionals an opportunity to help children and families break the cycle of abuse, neglect and abandonment. “This is a great opportunity to enjoy an evening with friends, while also benefiting children in our community,” said Jackie Gonzalez, Executive Director of the Southeastern Division of Children’s Home Society of Florida.
CHS is a statewide leader in providing high quality, community based solutions to meet the needs of children and families in the community, providing a wide range of social services including emergency shelters, foster care, adoption, residential group homes, family and individual counseling, child abuse prevention and intervention services, home-based services, and help for pregnant teens and first-time mothers. The vision and hope at CHS is that in the future, with the unwavering support of people interested in the children of Florida, we can improve the lives of children in our community and one day eliminate the need for many of our programs.
For more information on Children’s Home Society of Florida or the Pink and Blue Gala, please contact Patricia Andrade at (305) 755-6520 or Patricia.Andrade@chsfl.org.
About Children’s Home Society of Florida
The Children’s Home Society (CHS) of Florida was founded in 1902 and is the state’s oldest and largest non-profit, nonsectarian provider or services to children and families. CHS provides a wide range of social services such as: adoption assistance; foster care; a special needs daycare; a family visitation center; group homes and emergency shelters that offer temporary residential care for many young children and teenagers. The majority of these children are abused, neglected and/or abandoned, those with health impairments such as HIV/AIDS and at risk children and their families. We assist more than 2,500 children and families each month. For more information please call 305-755-6500 or visit www.chsfl.org.
Mission: Embracing Children. Inspiring Lives