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Holiday Gala To Benefit Children With Disabilities
The Special Moms of Orange County is proud to invite the community to the Special Angels 2011 Holiday Gala for a red carpet arrival, cocktails, dinner, and fashion show held at Seven-Degrees in Laguna Beach.
The proceeds of this event will go towards creating access to therapies and treatment for children with disabilities, with the goal of maximizing potential, thereby reducing the risk of institutionalization (which carries an average price tag of $340,000 annually per child), a reality which occurs when children become too heavy for parents to lift them. Quality therapy enables children to become weight-bearing, allowing them to help with their transfers, thereby greatly reducing this risk.
When: Wednesday, December 14, 2012
Time: 6:00 – 11:00 p.m.
Location: Seven-Degrees Multimedia Art & Event Venue
891 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach CA, 92651
A ticket to the event is $150 per person; the event is cocktail attire. Tickets and information can be found at: http://www.specialangels2011.eventbrite.com.
Sponsors that evening will be showcasing their new lines: Mercedes Benz of Laguna Niguel, the 2012 CLS model; Marisa Kenson Collection’s new winter fur coat line; Lynne Curtin and South Bay Jewelry’s new white gold and diamond collection; and red carpet arrival sponsored by Limelife Luxury Entertainment.
The Special Moms of Orange County (SMOC) is an organization of parents, family, friends, and caring members of the community, dedicated to helping children with disabilities access the treatment and therapies that they need to avoid institutionalization through education, raising community awareness, advocacy, and civic involvement.
SMOC is endorsed by United Cerebral Palsy of Orange County, The ARC of California, and other local groups enabling children with disabilities to achieve maximum potential.
The Special Moms of Orange County is a fiscally sponsored project of OneOC, and guide families not just to better assess their children’s disabilities, but also to access quality therapy and services by maximizing the use of available funds, both public and sponsored.
Page Updated Last on: Dec 09, 2011