Sunday In The Vineyard
Sunday In The Vineyard on May 17, 2015
This event features wine tasting of more than 80 rare and unique wines, many of which are from boutique wineries spanning the globe. A Sampling of Wines to be offered include Lancaster; Cakebread Cellars; Sonoma Cutrer; Hess Collection; Chateau Montelena; Dunn; Chalk Hill; Frescobaldi; Taittinger; “Armand de Brignac “ and Ace of Spades Champagne. Tray passed fare will be prepared by Executive Chef Yvon Goetz and guests will enjoy a silent & live auction.
Sunday in the Vineyard will be in its 7th year and has netted close to $200,000 for children at risk. This is an unusual and delicious way to spend a Sunday afternoon while making a positive impact fundraising for these two worthy organizations in our community.
Sunday in the Vineyard benefits the Marconi Foundation for Kids as well as other charity partners.Buy Tickets Here!
The Eddie Guardado Foundation
Major League All-Star Pitcher, Eddie Guardado and his wife Lisa established the Eddie Guardado Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) in 2008 after their youngest child, Ava, was diagnosed with autism. Lisa and Eddie understand the emotional and financial hardships families impacted with autism experience and founded the Eddie Guardado foundation to help other families receive access to therapy and treatment that they could not otherwise afford.
The Eddie Guardado Foundation identifies families in emotional or financial distress through a Quarterly Grant Program run by charity partner, ACT Today!. Grant applications are submitted by the families themselves. These grants provide direct relief to families offsetting costs from existing care providers or providing access to care they are unable to afford. Each case is difference and each family’s situation is evaluated on its own merit.
Over the years, the Foundation has given over half a million in grants to families with children with autism. With no administrative costs, the Eddie Guardado Foundation remains committed to giving 100 percent of our proceeds for the children with autism.
For more information, please visit their website here.