Sep 17, 2011-
Sep 17, 2011
01:00PM - 04:00PM
Wine Women & Shoes
Fundraiser benefitting Sunny Hills Services
Event Description

We are looking for volunteers to help with a fundraiser to benefit Sunny Hills Services.  The event will be held at the Lourdeaux  Private Estate in Ross on September 17, 2011.   

Sunny Hills Services will be the proud host of the first-ever Marin County Wine Women & Shoes fundraiser, located at a private estate in Ross. Guests will sip, savor, and shop their way through an afternoon of fashion and compassion. Wine Women & Shoes will feature a multi-designer Marketplace in which fashion partners will showcase the latest styles while guests sample world-class wines poured by the vintner partners and acclaimed restaurants serve up culinary delicacies. Proceeds from the event will benefit Sunny Hills Services. Sunny Hills Services is a private, non-profit organization serving vulnerable youth and their families located in Marin. http://www.sunnyhillsservi​

We are looking for upbeat and energetic volunteers to help out with the logistics of putting on this unique fundraising event for 250-300 guests. We need people to assist with everything from serving small bite size treats to our guests to helping the fashion show run smoothly. If you are interested in volunteering or attending the event, please contact Anthy O’Brien at or Lydia Cameron at

Fee: $100.00

Contact Information
Name: Anthy O'Brien     Email:
Phone: 707-283-2710




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