Miami Magic: A Night to Celebrate 25 years of Magic
Benefits Junior League of Miami, Inc.
Saturday, October 18, 2014, at 7 p.m.
Newman Alumni Center at the University of Miami
6200 San Amaro Drive, Coral Gables
305-443-0160 (Junior League Office)
973-713-5442 (Lainey Grossman)
561-699-1282 (Monica Pigna)
Celebrating 25 years of supporting survivors of domestic violence, including over 1,000 families at its own Inn Transition North and Inn Transition South housing facilities, The Junior League of Miami will present its 11th Annual Miami Magic on Saturday, October 18, 2014, at the Newman Alumni Center at the University of Miami. Keeping up with its reputation as one of the hottest tickets of the charity gala season, the cocktail party and sit-down dinner will be bookended by magicians and music by the University of Miami Frost School of Music, dancing, fabulous raffle prize packages headlined by a 7-day Caribbean getaway on Royal Caribbean International, a silent auction and plenty of opportunities to give back to the South Florida community.
The Junior League of Miami thanks current sponsors for this year’s event, Marjorie Raines, Stonegate Bank, City National Bank (Champion Partner), Victoria Colross Hucks, Erin Knight, Neiman Marcus, Withers World Wide, Allied Trucking , Bill Seidel’s Auto Group, Brown & Brown, Inc. of Miami , Bruce Gendelman Insurance Services, Hillary Littlejohn Scurtis Design, J.P. Morgan, Susan Lerner, Michelle, Lisa & Betty McClaskey, Pino & Associates, P.A. , Rewarding Relationships , Teresa Zohn & Lindsey Z. Parker and Wyn 317 and In-Kind Sponsors: Pinecrest Magazine, Royal Caribbean International, Morgan Price Candy Company and the University of Miami Frost School of Music.
The Miami Magic Co-Chairs are Lainey Grossman and Monica Pigna
About The Junior League of Miami
The Junior League of Miami, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.
Each year, the Junior League of Miami selects community projects for which members will devote volunteer hours. The League also provides funding for these projects, which include Camillus House and the Patricia & Phillip Frost Museum of Science for the 2014-2015 year, as well as providing volunteers and resources separately through Provisional Member projects and Done In A Day collaborative events. Since the Junior League’s founding in 1926, more than $3 million have been awarded to programs throughout the community. This figure does not include the League’s endowment, volunteer hours or financial support provided by individual members. The League concentrates its resources on making an impact within the areas of family violence and the health, education, and welfare of women and children in our community.
Throughout its 88 years, the League has been training its members to maximize their potential as civic leaders. Opportunities are provided through the League’s transitional housing facilities, as well as collaborations with other community organizations that share the League’s focus on families at risk. In fact, League members donated 13,000 volunteer hours in 2013 alone.
For more information about the Junior League of Miami, visit www.JLMiami.org or call 305-443-0160.