Save the Family will honor Tom and Wanda Eaton, Mesa Vice Mayor Chris Glover and investment company Keats Connelly for their support of the organization’s efforts to help formerly homeless individuals and families build new lives.
The Eatons will receive the Philanthropist Award; Vice Mayor Glover the Leadership Award and Keats Connelly the Corporate Award at the 2015 Hearts of Gold Gala 6-10 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 7 at the Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia, 4949 E. Lincoln Drive in Scottsdale.
Individual tickets are $175 per person and $300 per couple. Table sponsorships are $1,500 for tables of ten and event sponsorships start at $1,500.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.savethefamily.org.
Dr. Michael and Sue O’Meara are the event co-chairs and AFC Physical Medicine and Chiropractic Centers is the Presenting Sponsor.
Tom Eaton, first vice president and financial advisor at RBC Wealth Management and his wife, Wanda, have been longtime supporters of Save the Family services and programs.
Vice Mayor Glover’s advocacy has “been incredibly important to our efforts to bring much-needed affordable housing and services for homeless families in our community,” said Save the Family Chief Executive Officer Jacki Taylor.
“And we could not do what we do without the remarkably generous and consistent support of the Eatons and Keats Connelly. We are so grateful for their support of the families and children whose faces they may never see but whose lives they touch.”
Keats Connelly Chief Executive Officer and Chief Compliance Officer Dale Waters will accept the award on behalf of the company.
For more information about Save the Family, visit www.savethefamiy.org.
Save the Family Foundation of Arizona is a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency based in Mesa and has been serving the community since 1988. Save the Family and its partner agency, the Affordable Rental Movement of Save the Family, operate more than 197 transitional and low-income housing units for families in the East Valley.
Homeless and working poor families are provided a place to live while gaining the necessary skills to become self-sufficient for a lifetime. For information, visit www.savethefamily.org.
The Scottsdale Independent is available for free every Wednesday.