Prom Redux, A Night in Paris is in support of National Kidney Foundation

Have you ever thought of what it would be like to go to Prom in 2015 with the person you love?

Victoria Bellomo-Rosacci

Victoria Bellomo-Rosacci

This year I have the honor of being a co-chair as well as a member of the Board of Directors of the National Kidney Foundation of Arizona and our charity event is Prom Redux, A Night in Paris. This time around we’re doing it right.

On May 30 at the treasured Omni Scottsdale Resort and Spa at Montelucia, this night is surely to be remembered as one in which all couples are welcome to attend prom in the way in which they always wanted it to be.

Since becoming a board member nearly three years ago, I have immersed myself in the cause of educating individuals who may or may not know they have kidney disease to assisting those with CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease), providing aid for kidney patients, and always care and hope to those affected.

The foundation’s many programs bring help to thousands of dialysis patients and transplant recipients, provide community education about kidney health and the prevention of chronic kidney disease, and encourage support of organ donation.

The foundation and our mission is close to my heart, as my mother has kidney disease. Her journey is my inspiration. One may ask why Prom? Well for some it is a first time, others a redo and for all of us the chance to have an evening with no judgment and no inhibitions. For over 52 years the National Kidney Foundation of Arizona has been working endlessly here in Arizona to help those affected with kidney disease.

Our work is ongoing and creating new and innovative charity events to support the cause positively impacts our mission.  On May 30 we ask our community to come out to attend this innovative and fresh new Valley event.

At Prom Redux, the dress code is your choice; cocktail, formal or evening attire. Attendees will be whisked away to a glamorous Parisian evening featuring prom photos, a contest to crown the prom King and Queen, spiked punch, dancing and, of course, a disco ball. Guests also can enjoy delectable noshes, a cash bar, cigars and chocolates and a DJ hosted “after party”.

The theme is a Night in Paris, the evening is May 30 (6:30pm cocktail hour, doors to Paris open 7:30pm), the time to get your tickets is now. For more information, visit or call 602-840-1644.

Editor’s note: Ms. Bellomo-Rosacci is a Paradise Valley resident and co-founder of The Rosacci Law Firm in Phoenix

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