Save the Family names chairs for 2017 Hearts of Gold Gala

Longtime supporters and advocates and past board members Tom and Wanda Eaton are co-chairing the 2017 Hearts of Gold Gala to benefit the Save the Family Foundation on Feb. 18, 2017 at the J.W. Marriott Camelback Inn, 5402 E. Lincoln Drive in Paradise Valley.

The Eatons will serve as co-chairs of the 2017 Save the Family Gala that takes place in Paradise Valley.

Tom and Wanda Eaton will serve as co-chairs of the 2017 Hearts of Gold Gala that takes place in Paradise Valley.

Hearts of Gold Awards will be presented at the event to honorees for Corporate Partnership, Leadership and Philanthropy. The gala also includes dinner, silent and live auctions and casino games.

In 2016, more than 400 Hearts of Gold guests generated over $230,000 for Save the Family programs and services, which impact more than 500 individuals and families every year through housing, case coordination and an array of supportive adult and children’s programs designed to establish and sustain family self-sufficiency.

Tom Eaton, first vice president and financial advisor at RBC Wealth Management in Scottsdale, and his wife, Wanda, a senior account executive at Schwartz Insurance Agency, also in Scottsdale,“have been incredibly important to our efforts to bring much-needed affordable housing and services to homeless families in our community,” said Save the Family Chief Executive Officer Jacki Taylor.

The Eatons live in northeast Mesa.

Individual tickets are $175 per person. Sponsorships start at $2,500 for tables of 10.

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