Hope for More Foundation has announced the return of their signature “Anti-Gala” event on Saturday, February 5, 2022 at. 19.00 in the advanced Fields BMW Winter Park.
This casual spin on a traditional gala event brings together Central Florida’s social and business leaders to provide the same opportunity to make a charitable impact on society as a formal gala, but without a dress code.
The event will include a silent auction and entertainment for the participants. Proceeds from the casual style gala will benefit the Pace Center for Girls, Orange County. In addition, funds raised will provide Hope for More Foundation’s recently launched year-long grant initiative to help homeless youth.
“Is it possible to create awareness and funds for the community without wearing heels, an evening dress or a suit? Is it also possible to do so while baking with a red solo cup in hand? Absolutely!” says Jessica Kendrick, president of Hope for More Foundation. “We are very excited to bring a little HOPE into the community with the return of our fun, first-class tailgate party, and we are so excited about the opportunity to partner with companies to raise funds this year for worthy causes like the PACE Center for Girls and homeless youth. “
Sarah Geltz, Treasurer of Hope for More Foundation continues: “Let’s stop spending thousands on the dress, tuxedo, hair and makeup and spend the money directly on giving those in need of hope. With the help of generous sponsors like RHL Construction we are able to increase the impact of this event year by year. “
Hope for More Foundation is now entering its 4th year and is a non-profit organization founded by the Kendrick Law Group. Their mission is to identify and fund excellent non-profit organizations in the community to advance their efforts in outreach, advocacy and fundraising. The Hope for More Foundation supports organizations focusing on those who improve the health and quality of life of sick, sick or disabled children, improve access to education and resources for advocates and survivors of domestic violence, benefit and support veterans and their families, and stabilize, support and provide opportunities for underprivileged children.
This year’s Anti-Gala proceeds go to the Pace Center for Girls, Orange County, which helps give girls an opportunity for a better future, and the Hope for More Foundation grant initiative, which provides direct support to homeless youth without delay to ensure that they come in a safe room, a hot meal and back to feeling hope.
Participate in the “Anti-Gala” on Saturday 5 February from 19.00-23.00 outside Fields BMW Winter Park located at 963 Wymore Road, Winter Park, FL 32789. Tickets start at $ 150 per guest, which includes free drinks. Group tickets and sponsorships available. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.OrlandoAntiGala.com.