Tea to raise funds for Living Grace Home, to include fashion show, raffle, more
LAS VEGAS – Living Grace Home will host its annual Harvest Tea Fundraiser from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 8, at Equiinet Corporate House (formerly owned by Mike Tyson), 6740 Tomiyasu Lane.
Providing housing, transportation, mentoring, and tender loving care, Living Grace Home provides a safe haven for pregnant young women, ages 14 to 22 when the pregnancy has caused a problem between the young woman and her guardian. Proceeds from the tea will benefit the operation of Living Grace Home’s two facilities, which cost around $320,000 annually to operate.
The tea will be complete with fancy hats, finger sandwiches, scones and other desserts provided by Spago’s as well as a variety of teas by Little Candle Tea Company.
The Harvest Tea will feature a fashion show hosted by two local businesses, The ReFinery Celebrity Resale Shop and Plato’s Closet. Some of the fashions will be modeled by current residents of Living Grace Home. The afternoon will also include a raffle and a hat contest. Featured raffle items include: a variety of gift baskets, Fosteria stemware, Hummel collector coffee mugs (January – December), a $500 Louis Vuitton gift certificate, a weekend at Big Bear and more.
Cost is $20 per person. RSVPs are required. To RSVP, visit livinggracehome.com, email KatHlivingGraceHome@gmail.com or call 702-212-6472.
Living Grace Home opened in 2007 and provides housing, education and social services to 20 to 25 minor, pregnant women every year, filling a gap in current government and private nonprofit services in Clark County, which has the one of the highest teen pregnancy rates in the country. The nonprofit organization partners with government entities, the education community and other nonprofit groups to help support young mothers. The goal is to assure that when young women leave Living Grace Home, they are more educated, more employable, and can move into safe, permanent housing.
Living Grace Home is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation. Gifts to Living Grace Home may be tax deductible as permitted for by law in the IRS code.
Additional information on Living Grace Home can be found at livinggracehome.com or by calling 702-212-6472.