Wednesday, July 20, 2011

What to wear to the Art of Giving Charity Event on July 28, at the G2 Gallery in Venice, CA.

"For the past 22 years, the Venice Community Housing Corporation has worked to develop lasting, neighborhood-based solutions and opportunities for low-income families and individuals. Its non-profit affordable housing programs, including the Westminster-TLC, are just part of the picture.

The VCHC also supports the people it helps with life-skills coaching, job training, youth development, employment programs and family services. The corporation provides formerly homeless participants with the stability they need to get their lives on track, become economically self-reliant, and thus make the community stronger, safer and more inclusive."

  • "Ticket proceeds from this event provide necessities to needy local residents, ranging from clothes, toys and school supplies for children to parenting classes, computer skills instruction and money management advice for adults.
  • The Westminster Transitional Living Center can accommodate up to eight homeless women and 24 children in shared apartment units, making a tangible impact on the local community.
  • The G2 Gallery where the event is being held specializes in photography, highlighting artists whose work focuses on environmental issues. Proceeds from sales go to environmental charities.
We believe that charity begins at home, and that committed individuals can affect the greatest change in their own communities.
That’s why Gilt City members are invited to the Art of Giving charity event on July 28, at the G2 Gallery in Venice.
Guests will enjoy an evening of drinks, hors d’oeuvres and music courtesy of Experience Architecture. A silent auction will benefit the Venice Community Housing Corporation, whose mission is to preserve Venice’s economic, racial and social diversity by providing affordable housing and social services to low-income residents.
The evening’s overall proceeds will be donated to the Westminster Transitional Living Center, an important facility serving vulnerable local residents just blocks from the gallery."
— Eric Rosen, Gilt City Editor

For the girl who like to be pretty in pink....

For the girl who is squeezing this charity event between her morning errands, and evening plans...

Whichever girl you are that day, ALWAYS check the weather, a week, then three days, and lastly the day before an event to make sure that what you're wearing is still warranted. 

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