Charleston, SC (January 3, 2020) – Florence Crittenton Programs of SC invites you to kick up your heels and raise a glass at the 7th Annual Wine Women & Shoes presented by The Woodhouse Day Spa & Boutique at The Gaillard Center on Thursday, March 12, 2020 from 6:00-9:30 pm.
General Admission tickets go on sale Wednesday, January 8th and are $125 and VIP tickets are $175 with all proceeds benefitting Florence Crittenton Programs, which provides comprehensive services to pregnant, parenting and at-risk young women and their children. A limited number of VIP Tables for 8 are available as well as VIP Tickets. In February 2019, the event SOLD OUT 2 weeks before the event date. Florence Crittenton has been in the Charleston community since 1897 and provides hope, safety and opportunity for young women. Please join us as we put on our Heels on for Hope!
An irresistible blend of fashion and compassion, WW&S events are all about putting the “fun” in fundraiser. They give women the opportunity to get glamorous with their friends while enjoying incredible varietals from top winemakers––all for a good cause. (Basically, it’s the best excuse to play dress up, EVER.)
Florence Crittenton Program’s 7th Annual Wine Women & Shoes will feature wines from some of the country’s best wineries, designer shopping and charming Shoe Guys serving up this season’s must-haves on silver platters—all signature attractions that make WW&S fundraisers such a swirlin’-and-stylin’ success.
In addition to shopping peep-toes while sipping Pinots, guests will enjoy a fabulous fashion show, live and silent auctions with incredible items and travel experiences and a chance to win a closet full of designer clothes and accessories.
For more information, please call or e-mail Tonya Pilkenton at 843-324-6455 or at Events@FlorenceCrittentonSC.org. To purchase tickets, visit http://www.winewomenandshoes.com/event/flocrit/.
About Florence Crittenton Programs of SC
Florence Crittenton Programs of South Carolina (FCP) serves at-risk, low-income pregnant girls and young women, one of the most vulnerable populations in South Carolina. Since 1897, we have provided a safe haven, medical care, counseling, education and social support services to pregnant girls and young women so that they may deliver healthy babies and grow into independent, successful young adults. With our help, each young mother gains a sense of accomplishment and empowerment, and we all benefit as she becomes a self-sufficient, responsible parent and member of the community.
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