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An Evening in Support of Camillus House


Bob Dickinson and Paul Lowenthal
Bob Dickinson and Paul Lowenthal

Saturday, May 13, 2017, at 6:30 p.m.
The Coral Gables Country Club
997 North Greenway Drive, Coral Gables
305‐374‐1065, Ext. 331 (Marcy Belfi)
BelfiM@Camillus.org

The 7th Annual “The Auction – The Finest in Wine, Travel & Lifestyle Items – An Evening in Support of Camillus House,” will help raise funds to support our mission to help individuals and families who are poor and homeless in South Florida. The annual event is supported by South Florida’s most generous and prominent philanthropists.

The Honorable Patricia Seitz, Dorothy Weaver, Alan Greer
The Honorable Patricia Seitz, Dorothy Weaver, Alan Greer

Mark & Susan Bloom
Mark & Susan Bloom
Themed “Diamonds & Denim,” this special evening features a champagne and caviar reception followed by a gourmet dinner prepared by James Beard Award winner, Chef Michelle Bernstein. Dave Barry will amusingly entertain guests. There will also be a large diverse silent and live auction to raise additional funds for Camillus House.

You can also support Camillus House by placing an ad in the event program book. Ad sizes are available from a quarter‐page to the two‐page center spread with rates from $150 to $2,500.

Tickets for The Auction are $1,000 per person. Founding Trustee Sponsorships and Corporate Tables are available for $10,000. For more information and reservations, contact Marcy Belfi, Director of Special Events, at BelfiM@Camillus.org or by calling 305-374-1065, Ext. 331.

About Camillus House

Camillus House provides humanitarian and health care services to more than 12,500 men, women and children each year. The two organizations, which are sponsored by the Hospitaller Order of St. John of God, serve the hardest to reach and poorest members of the community. Each service is carried out with the deeply held belief that every human being deserves love, respect and an opportunity to live a dignified life. To learn more, please visit www.Camillus.org.