35 reasons why you need to attend our Gala!

Palette of Colors 2018

A night of “Celebrating Creativity” at our Gala

The 18th annual Palette of Colors Dinner & Auction Fundraising Gala is coming up soon. This year’s theme is “Celebrating Creativity“, and we’ve chosen a great venue, the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity in Costa Mesa. Tickets are available now!

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We’ve got stupendous plans underway for this evening of creativity. There will be a silent and live auction, mystery boxes, a wine wall, music, highly acclaimed catering, and many more surprises. Don’t worry, we’ll be updating you on those details in future posts.

Let’s take a minute to talk about why we’re really here…

Providing free Art4Healing® to thousands annually

You may not know it, but Art & Creativity for Healing provides workshops to over 35 Non-Profit Partner Agencies in Orange, San Diego and Los Angeles counties.

What does that mean? Our Partners are able to provide Art4Healing® workshops free of charge to their clients. In 2017 alone, we facilitated over 500 workshops that provided healing art to over 4000 participants. That’s an enormous impact on the community.

Here’s where you come in! Support us at our annual  Palette of Colors Dinner & Auction Fundraising Gala.

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100% goes to Partner workshops

Our Palette of Colors Gala is our only live fundraising event of the year and is by far our largest. When you support our gala, 100% of your dollars go directly to workshops for those in need. As a bonus, you get to have a great evening!

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We have 35 reasons you should attend

Have a look at our Partnerships, arranged by category. Our Partners represent a diverse cross-section of non-profit organizations and clients in need of Art4Healing®. How many of these organizations have touched you?

 

Our Partners

 

Partner Websites

For more information on our Partners, take a look at their websites.

(Note – some Partners have several locations)

American Family Housing https://afhusa.org/
Camp Pendleton Naval Hospital http://www.med.navy.mil/sites/cpen/services/Pages/MH.aspx
CHOC https://www.choc.org/
City of San Juan Capistrano Senior Community Center http://sanjuancapistrano.org/Departments/Community-Services
City of Stanton Activities http://ci.stanton.ca.us/Departments/Community-Services/Recreation-Classesand-Activities
Families and Communities Together (FaCT) http://factoc.org
Florence Sylvester Senior Center https://www.agewellseniorservices.org/senior-centers/
Girls, Inc. LA https://www.girlsincla.org/
Human Options https://humanoptions.org/services/
Illumination Foundation https://www.ifhomeless.org/
Illumination Foundation Recuperative Care (Santa Fe Springs) https://www.ifhomeless.org/
L.A. CADA  http://lacada.com/2018/
Laura’s House  https://www.laurashouse.org/
OC Rescue Mission  https://www.rescuemission.org/
Orange County Department of Education Alternative, Community, and Correctional Education Schools and Services (ACCESS) http://www.ocde.us/ACCESS/Pages/default.aspxhttps://www.project-access.org/
Project ACCESS https://www.project-access.org/
Project Hope Alliance http://www.projecthopealliance.org
Regina House (Mercy House) https://mercyhouse.net/
Rosie’s Garage http://www.rosiesgarage.org/
San Onofre Elementary School https://sos.fuesd.org/
Someone Cares Soup Kitchen http://www.someonecaressoupkitchen.com
Stanton Boys & Girls Club https://www.boysandgirlsclubofstanton.com/
Western Youth Services http://www.westernyouthservices.org/
Westminster Boys & Girls Club https://bgcwestminster.org/
Working Wardrobes http://www.workingwardrobes.org/ 

 

What are you waiting for? Get your tickets now!

This event has sold out three years in a row, so get your tickets early.

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