4th Annual Rosé Day® Luncheon
Benefiting Women of Tomorrow Mentor & Scholarship Program
The Women of Tomorrow Mentor & Scholarship Program hosted its fourth annual Rosé Day® Luncheon at the Soho Beach House on Miami Beach, raising more than $174,000 to benefit at-risk girls in South Florida public high schools.
The sold-out event’s sponsors included Title Sponsor, Terra Group & Eighty Seven Park; Presenting Sponsor, Bal Harbour Shops & Whitman Family Development; Marquee Sponsor, SHAPOH.com Fancy Hats & Fascinators; Ruby Sponsor, One Two Cosmetics; Wine Sponsor, Château d’Esclans; Rose Garden Sponsor, VALENTINO; Music Sponsor, DJ Danny Stern; and Décor Sponsor, BE Social Events.
In addition to Women of Tomorrow Program Founder Jennifer Valoppi and Philanthropic Chair Marisa Toccin Lucas, event co-chairs Suzy Buckley Woodward, Carol Iacovelli and Daniela Swaebe, along with the Women of Tomorrow Miami-Dade Leadership Council & Hostess Committee, welcomed over 160 of South Florida’s leading philanthropists to support the life-changing work of one of the most effective mentoring programs in the country.
Event attendees enjoyed shopping for hats & fascinators with SHAPOH.com while enjoying The Palm Rosé by Whispering Angel and frosé, a frozen version of the popular wine. Guests also participated in a Rose Garden pick sponsored by VALENTINO to win a VALENTINO Rockstud Spike Bag!
The silent auction included a Gucci Velvet Wallet, and a TOM FORD Pink Foldover Top Crossbody Bag along with items from Fisher Island Club, Alice + Olivia, Samantha Sipos, Jeffrey Rackover Jewelry, Novikov Miami and others. The always fabulous mystery swag bags were filled with items from luxury brands such as DE-VESI, PRADA, Jason of Beverly Hills, Pitusa, Consign of the Times, Physician Endorsed Accessories, Skincare by Amy Peterson, Luxury Brand Partners, R+CO, Neiman Marcus, Aroma 360, Daniela Swaebe Fashion Jewels, Blackberry Farm, and Chicken Kitchen to name a few.
The Women of Tomorrow Mentor & Scholarship Program has been recognized on the floor of U.S. Congress 9 times and has been ranked a 4-Star Charity by Charity Navigator for five consecutive years, putting Women of Tomorrow in the top 9% of the more than 8,000 charities across the country rated by Charity Navigator.