Celebrity mansion party raises money for at-risk families

The Million Dollar Mingle Celebrity Mansion Party will raise money for a variety of projects to help at-risk families. (Photo/milliondollarmingle.com)

The Million Dollar Mingle Celebrity Mansion Party returns to the Valley Saturday, Feb. 23.

The event brings together celebrities, professional athletes, corporate executives, socialites and media to support local charities and to mix and mingle.

The party will take place “at a beautiful and private gated residence in the heart of Scottsdale,” according to a release.


The celebrity charity event will feature live entertainment, celebrity DJ, Ravens Haven Martini Lounge, casino night, celebrity chefs, wine and hors d’oeuvres, red carpet catwalk, fundraising games, premier cigar and vapor lounge, luxury cars from Bentley to Rolls Royce and more.

There will be silent and live auction item opportunities and a luxury raffle.

The Million Dollar Mingle begins with registration at 6 p.m. for guests 21 and over. Mingle with the Stars tickets are $100, VIP credentials are $250, and the $1,000 Million Dollar Mingle Black Card allows for all access.

“The Million Dollar Mingle will help raise funds for our chosen charity Rise and Dream Foundation to support at-risk families by helping them where they need it most,” AC Caswell, former NFL player and co-founder of the MDM, stated in the release.

“We are excited to provide a unique opportunity for high-profile individuals to come together, network and enjoy a luxury experience while supporting local Valley charities.”

For tickets, tables and sponsorship opportunities visit milliondollarmingle.com To learn more about the charity: riseanddreamfoundation.com.

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