‘Hearts of Gold’ fundraiser on Feb. 6 benefits Save the Family Foundation

Ryan O’Meara and Philip Johnson, owners of Palavela Home, LLC in Scottsdale, are co-chairing the 2016 Hearts of Gold Gala to benefit the Save the Family Foundation.

At last year's event, from left, Philip Johnson, Save the Family CEO Jacki Taylor and Ryan O'Meara.

At last year’s event, from left, Philip Johnson, Save the Family CEO Jacki Taylor and Ryan O’Meara.

AFC Physical Medicine & Chiropractic is the presenting sponsor.

Hearts of Gold is scheduled from 6 to 11 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 6 at the Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia, 4949 E. Lincoln Drive.

Hearts of Gold Awards will be presented to four honorees during the evening, which also includes dinner, silent and live auctions and casino games.

More than 500 supporters and advocates are expected to attend the event that will provide funding for Save the Family’s life-changing programs for homeless and impoverished families in the Valley.

Save the Family impacts more than 500 individuals and families every year through transitional and low-income housing and job readiness and placement programs designed to establish self sufficiency.

Individual tickets are $175 per person and $300 per couple.  Sponsorships start at $2,500 for tables of 10.  For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.savethefamily.org.

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 that has been serving the Greater Phoenix Metropolitan area for more than two decades.

Save the Family and its partner agency, the Affordable Rental Movement of Save the Family, operate more than 204 transitional and low-income housing units for families in the Valley.

Homeless, veteran and low-income families are provided a place to live while gaining the skill set to become self-sufficient for a lifetime. For information, visit www.savethefamily.org

 

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