Bridge to the Stars, Notti di Carnevale

Benefits Miami Bridge Youth & Family Services

Province “Boo” Zamek and Paul Zamek; Mary Andrews, Executive Director of Miami Bridge Youth & Family Services, Inc.; Representative Erik Fresen, District 114, and his wife, Ethel Fresen

Saturday, February 8, 2014, at 7:30 p.m.
J.W. Marriott Marquis
255 S. Biscayne Boulevard Way, Miami
305-636-3520 (Monique Bain)

In an ongoing effort to support the community’s abused, neglected and homeless children and teens, Miami Bridge Youth & Family Services Inc., Miami-Dade’s only 24-hour emergency shelter for at-risk youth, will proudly present its annual gala on Saturday, February 8, 2014, at the JW Marriott Marquis. The vibrant rooftop event, Bridge to the Stars, Notte di Carnevale, is inspired by the enchanting sights and sounds of the storied Carnival of Venice. It will be an evening of dancing, live entertainment and cuisine, and guests will enjoy a silent auction filled with big-ticket items.

There are levels of giving with names that are inspired by Venetian masks: “Bauta” – $20,000; “Columbina” – $10,000; “Moretta” – $7,500; “Volto” – $5,000; “Pantalone” – $2,500; and “Zanni” – $1,000. Individual tickets are $150. Attire is “Miami chic.”

David Efron, Esquire and Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez-Rundle

For more information on how to attend or sponsor the event, or support the Miami Bridge organization, contact Monique Bain at 305-636-3520 or by email at or visit the gala webpage at 2011 Page.html.

About Miami Bridge Youth and Family Services

For more than 29 years, the Miami Bridge Youth and Family Services, Inc. not-for-profit organization has been operating out of Miami and Homestead, providing emergency shelter, food, counseling and family counseling for youth in need. Acting as a catalyst for new beginnings, Miami Bridge works to rescue children and teens from lives of victimization and crime, and provides them with structure in a stable and nurturing environment. Miami Bridge shelters more than 800 youth and counsels more than 550 families every year, providing them with solutions, alternatives and hope.

For more information on Miami Bridge or to get involved, call 305-636-3520 or visit Miami Bridge is located at 2810 N.W. South River Drive, Miami, FL 33125.

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