Share the Love Benefit Luncheon Raises Over $24,000 for Homeless Women in the Triangle
February 14, 2018
Almost one hundred caring individuals attended Women's Center of Wake County's 6th Annual Share The Love Fundraiser Luncheon on Friday, February 9th at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Downtown Raleigh, NC.
Guests were treated to heartfelt testimony from Martha Shuford, a former client of Women's Center of Wake County and attendees enjoyed and bid on luscious chocolate desserts, presented by the finest bakeries and chocolatiers in the area. Guests also bid on gifts cards from local restaurants and merchants at the silent auction. The organization raised over $24,000 to support vital services for women experiencing homelessness in the Triangle.
A special thanks to our Sponsors who made the financial success of this event possible: York Properties, North State Bank, PNC Bank, FatCat Strategies, Bayer, Larry King, Charlotte Mitchell, Phyllis and Martin Demko and Katie Koon.
A very special thank you to our cake sponsors: Carroll's Kitchen, The Remedy Diner, Sweet-N-Sassy Treats, Nothing Bundt Cakes, NoFo @ The Pig, The Sweetest Things, Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, lucettegrace, Second Empire Restaurant & Tavern, Cake Couture Boutique, Southern Sugar Bakery, LLC, Dena Walters and Yellow Dog Bread Company!
We would also like to thank our silent auction donors: The Cupcake Shoppe BAKERY, Once in a Blue Moon Bakery, The Players' Retreat, MassageEnvy, Anisette Sweet Shop, Sugar Art by Sally's Cuisine, and lucettegrace.
Thank you for your support of Women's Center of Wake County and for your compassion for the women we serve. Your partnership makes it possible for these vulnerable women to transform their lives and help them survive and thrive.
Women's Center of Wake County is a 501(c)(3) non-profit in downtown Raleigh, NC, dedicated to preventing and ending homelessness for women and their families in partnership with individuals, agencies and organizations throughout our community. The Women's Center envisions a community in which all women and their families thrive in safe and stable homes.
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