The 16th Annual Hope for All Gala

Benefits Camillus House & Health

Charity & Social Events
Date Saturday, December 12, 2015 Categories Charity & Social Events
Place Hilton Miami Downtown Address 1601 Biscayne Boulevard, Downtown Miami, Ext. 331 (Marcy Belfi) Phone 305-374-1065

The 16th Annual Hope for All Gala,

Archbishop Thomas Wenski, Jodi & Bob Dickinson

a fabulous event, will raise funds to support Camillus House & Health’s mission to help individuals and families who are poor and homeless in South Florida. The annual event is supported by South Florida’s most generous and prominent philanthropists.

Themed “Guayaberas and Good Times,” this special evening features a sumptuous dinner and richly diverse auction showcasing the very best in wine, travel and lifestyle items. Jason Alpert, of Alpert Enterprises, will be the evening’s emcee and

Darryl Parmenter, Pamela Gregory, Jose Luis Nazar, Jose Ferre

auctioneer, and you can dance the night away with DJ Frankie Bravo. You can also support Camillus by placing an ad in the event program book. Ad sizes are available from an eighth-page to the two-page center spread with rates from $150 to $2,500.

Tickets are $600 per person for general seating and $1,000 per person for premium seating. Sponsorships ranging from $6,000 – $50,000 are available. Please visit the website at www.Camillus.org.

For more

Wayne Eldred & Lisset Benitez

information and reservations, contact Marcy Belfi, Director of Special Events, BelfiM@Camillus.org or by calling 305-374-1065, Ext. 331.

About Camillus House & Health
Camillus House and its sister organization Camillus Health partner to provide humanitarian and health care services to more than 17,000 men, women and children each year. The two organizations, which are sponsored by the Hospitaller Order of St. John of God, serve the hardest to reach and poorest members of the community. Each service is carried out with the deeply held belief that every human being deserves love, respect and an opportunity to live a dignified life. To learn more, please visit www.Camillus.org.