SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) — Nonprofit Home Start, Inc. provides services to prevent child abuse and neglect, and to strengthen families. In 2017 alone, the organization served more than 22,000 San Diegans in need of services.
On Saturday, April 21, Home Start will host its annual Blue Ribbon Gala at Estancia La Jolla in recognition of National Child Abuse Prevention Month. The gala raises funds for the organization’s programs that provide critical assistance to children and families throughout San Diego County.
The gala’s “Bohemian Nights” evening will feature a three-course meal, silent and live auctions, and live entertainment.
Home Start CEO Laura Tancredi-Baese and Chef Marvin Maldonado of Estancia La Jolla stopped by Morning Extra with a preview of the event.
We are turning up the music to Full Strength at our Blue Ribbon Gala on April 21st! Announcing Full Strength Funk Band as our high energy musical entertainment. Check out their video in our Blog and don't forget to purchase your tickets to hear them live. https://t.co/bPlzgox8C4— Home Start (@HomeStartInc) March 23, 2018
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