The Girls Inc. Gala
A masquerade fundraiser of dinner, dancing and fun!
Girls Incorporated of the Northern Sacramento Valley invites everyone to its biggest fundraiser of the year, the 3rd Annual Girls Inc. Gala. This masquerade-themed evening at the Red Lion Hotel in Redding will feature live music by the Inside Straight band, drinks, dancing, a delicious dinner of char-grilled tri-tip, chicken breast and penne pasta, an array of desserts, a fabulous photo booth generously donated by Studio 530, and a huge variety of silent auction items. In addition, 49ers and Disneyland fans can enter into two exciting raffles, going on now through the Gala! A $10 raffle ticket buys a chance at four admission tickets to Disneyland. A $50 raffle ticket purchases a chance to win four amazing San Francisco 49ers United Club seats, valued at $1,350, plus an overnight hotel stay near the stadium. Winners of either raffle need not be present at the Gala to win. Purchase by calling Girls Inc. NSV at (530) 527-7767. All proceeds from the Girls Inc. Gala support Girls Incorporated of the Northern Sacramento Valley, which provides empowerment programs for Shasta and Tehama County girls, ages 6 to 18. Community support, grants and donations allow this Redding-based non-profit 501(c)(3) organization to fulfill its mission: “Inspiring all girls to be strong, smart and bold.” WHAT: The 3rd Annual Girls Inc. Gala WHEN: 6 pm, Saturday, October 3 WHERE: Red Lion Hotel, 1830 Hilltop Drive, in Redding WHY: All proceeds support Girls Incorporated of the Northern Sacramento Valley, which serves Shasta and Tehama County girls. TICKETS: $400 for a table of eight (available through Sept. 25); $60 for individual tickets. To purchase, visit Eventbrite.com or call (530) 527-7767. DRESS: Cocktail attire and masks are encouraged. This fundraiser event is sponsored by generous donations from Shasta Regional Medical Center, Redding Rancheria, Walker Printing, KRCR, Record Searchlight, anewscafe.com, Enjoy Magazine, KLXR, and more. Girls Incorporated of the Northern Sacramento Valley, founded in 2006, provides after-school, in-school, and community-based programs for girls, sparking girls’ interest in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math, promoting drug and pregnancy prevention, fostering self-esteem, and teaching skills like stress management, financial literacy, and community leadership. Learn more at girlsincNSV.org.
Date & Time
- October 3, 2015
- 6:00PM - 9:00PM