A Benefit for Valley Fire Victims
6 p.m. November 7
Sally Tomatoes, 1100 Valley House Drive, Rohnert Park, CA 94928
The Valley Fire Local Relief Alliance is (VFLRA) will kick-off its inaugural Project Hope benefit to help victims of the recent Lake County fires on November 7, 2015. The event takes place from 6 p.m. to midnight and will be held at Sally Tomatoes, 1100 Valley House Drive, Rohnert Park, CA 94928.
Project Hope, one of three VFLRA programs, is designed to provide supplemental assistance to displaced families as they rebuild their homes and their lives.
According to Letitia Hanke, co-founder of VFLRA and founder and executive director of the LIME Foundation, “Project Hope will offer monetary support, monthly essentials, and individualized guidance for these families.” It will also include a comprehensive wellness plan and also will offer opportunities for donors to Sponsor-A-Family.
Other VFLRA co-founders include Lake County residents Star Brumfield and Khristan Psalms.
The evening dinner and dance will honor some of the men and women who fought the fire and the volunteers who made Project Hope possible. Music will be provided by Pion 2 Zion, a high intensity Reggae Rock band and the five piece acoustic rock Pat Jordan Band. Featured activities include an auction and raffle. No-host bar.
The VFLRA is a community benefit (non-profit) organization with over 100 volunteers and community advocates dedicated to providing needed relief, support and assistance to the communities impacted by the Valley Fire. VFLRA is committed to integrity, transparency and compassion through our three primary programs: Project Hope, The Arts Initiative and Community Relief Outreach.
To date the non-profit Lime Foundation has delivered 75+ pallets of donated food, water, clothing, toiletries and more to a community sponsored donation center in Clearlake, Lakeport and a donation center in Hidden Valley Lake, CA.
Tickets are $25. For details, click here.