San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Trish's Angels First Annual Gala
Join us for Trish’s Angels’ first annual gala to help raise funds for individuals with ALS. We have a great evening of fine dining, dancing, open bar, festivities, raffles, top-shelf entertainment, and special surprises planned for your enjoyment. Also joining us will be our celebrity spokesperson Kate Linder, actress from “The Young and the Restless,” whose brother-in-law was diagnosed with ALS. And, who knows what else or who else may be in store for you at this event, which is sure to have everyone talking.
Mission Viejo Country Club Saturday August 2, 2014
26200 Country Club Drive
Mission Viejo, CA 92691
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Dress Attire: Coat & Tie
DINNER ❖ DANCING ❖ DRINKS ❖ AUCTION ❖ RAFFLES
Auction Items Include:
❖ One-week vacation at Sun Valley Resort
❖ 2-night stay in Executive Suite with butler service at St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort
❖ Jackson Dinky RHS Guitar - Trans Black signed by rock star Phil Collen, co-lead guitarist of Def Leppard & lead guitarist of both Manraze & Delta Depp
❖ Guided tour behind-the-scenes of "Y&R." Kate Linder will be conducting the tour personally for winner and guest
❖ 2 Master's Badges for the Augusta National Golf Club with Hospitality Package.
❖2 Court Side Tickets to the US Open Tennis at Arthur Ashe Stadium Fri. Aug 29th - Includes Hotel Room for 1 or 2 Nights.
❖ Purebred Miniature Schnauzer Puppy
❖ Taylor Acoustic Guitar & Case
❖ Original Still-Life Oil Paintings
❖ And many more!!!
Kate Linder, “The Young and the Restless” Celebrity Spokesperson, will be our Live Auctioneer!
All Table Purchases Include:
❖Designated table with 10 seats
❖Recognition on Trish’s Angels Website
❖Recognition at Gala Event
For More Information:
Contact Harry “Jack” Hoyt at: email@example.com
We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
When & Where
Trish's Angels received 501(c)(3) non-profit status in 2013. Our mission is to provide financial resources to individuals diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) to improve their quality of life as they deal with this debilitating disease.
ALS is better known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. While it is one of the most debilitating diseases, it is not as prominent as some others which is why raising funds for ALS is so challenging. Lou Gehrig passed away over 70 years ago, and the medical community is still not close to a cure. Patients with ALS lose the use of their muscles which renders them totally reliant on family and friends to perform the most basic functions. While the patient loses control and use of muscles, this disease does not affect the mind.