Project Hope Alliance
The urban garden at Strawberry Farms Golf Club in Irvine, decorated with organically grown florals and natural wood finishes embellished by La Tavola linens, created a folksy backdrop for Project Hope Alliance’s third annual Anti-Gala. The evening raised more than $250,000 to help end homelessness for 150 children in Orange County through education and rapid rehousing programs.
The night was filled with music, from the Faultlines band and platinum singer-songwriter Christina Perri, who performed a few of her chart-topping hits for the room packed of 250 attendees.
“This was our most successful event ever,“ said Jennifer Friend, CEO of Project Hope Alliance. “It will have tremendous impact on the children and families we serve. We are incredibly fortunate, and beyond grateful, to have so many caring and engaged community members helping to break the cycle of homelessness, one child at a time.”