Buy Your Wonderful Witchy Women Event Tickets NOW

The time is nearing. The main event is next week and EVERYthing is on overdrive to make sure all turns out as fun and elegant as past years, perhaps even better. If you haven’t bought your event tickets yet, now is the time. The last day for purchasing tickets is Monday, October 23rd, by midnight. You can get them right here.

Don’t miss out on the 12th annual Wonderful Witchy Women With A Cause luncheon and silent auction fundraiser. We are working for Family Supportive Housing, Operation Freedom Paws, and CityTeam Heritage Home this year. All are worthy non-profits with great need.

Don’t forget your crazy, elegant, humorous, original, colorful, dramatic, sweet, terrifying…well, you get the idea…witch hat! Either make your own or purchase one at Out of the Envelope or Black Cat Hats stores in downtown Los Gatos. See you there!

See details below in the digital flyer.

TICKETS ON SALE THROUGH MONDAY! 

 

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The Bella Vista League’s 
12th Annual 
Wonderful Witchy Women with a Cause 
Luncheon and Fundraiser
 
Where: The Fairmont Hotel in San Jose 
When:   October 27, 2017 
Time:     10:30am – 2:00pm 
Tickets:  Tables of 10: $1,700 Premium Table 
     General admission $135 per ticket or $1,350 for a table 
 You will be seated with other wonderful women. 
 
Use this link as below to get your tickets
or would you please consider
making a donation if you cannot attend?
 
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TICKETS: 
Attire:    An open heart, a smile and a WITCH HAT or other Halloween hat
[This is an original post to Witchy Wonderful, the official blog of the Bella Vista League, the non-profit organization behind the annual Wonderful Witchy Women With A Cause luncheon and silent auction. This year’s event will be held on October 27th, 10:30am – 2:00pm, at the Fairmont Hotel, San Jose. Purchase your tickets now and join us!]
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Behind the Scenes – Making the Video

The Bella Vista League kicks off the program each year with a video. This video includes interviews with representatives from each of the non-profits supported by BVL and personal stories told by people helped by the non-profit organizations.

As the video plays, more often than not, throats become dry, eyes begin to water, and hearts feel heavy as the attendees listen to the families relate the crises they faced. Everyone is transfixed by the dejected tone in their voices and the pain they suffered. But then, they move onto how that non-profit offered their help. Strangers that only knew their faces and their need. There is wonder. There is gratitude.

And through their journey to get back on their feet, they learn their own strength. With the guiding presence of the non-profit, they learn to stand on their own.

And the tears fall. Not a single dry eye in the audience. And this is why we are all here.

The making of this video is a challenge to keeping one’s composure for our BVL members that create it. Oftentimes, they could feel their own eyes water as the personal stories are told. They want to stop, hug them, and cheer them on. But they have an interview to complete and a video to produce. A piece that truly is a work of love.

At Operation Freedom Paws facility…

Visiting Heritage Home

A stop at Family Supportive Housing

[This is an original post to Witchy Wonderful, the official blog of the Bella Vista League, the non-profit organization behind the annual Wonderful Witchy Women With A Cause luncheon and silent auction. This year’s event will be held on October 27th, 10:30am – 2:00pm, at the Fairmont Hotel, San Jose. Purchase your tickets now and join us!]

 

 

 

 

Spotlight on CityTeam Heritage Home

CityTeam_HeritageHomeWe are delighted to include Heritage Home in the set of non-profits we are supporting this year through the Wonderful Witchy Women luncheon and silent auction. Heritage Home was one of the first charities we reached out to for philanthropy years ago. The many women and children they’ve helped over the years has grown tremendously and we are humbled by the work they continue to do.

Here is a video introducing Heritage Home and some touching personal stories from a few of their graduates: https://youtu.be/p-FSV8t7qME

SJ_HH_06.22.17_013small-768x512Each graduate in the video is in a good place right now, though their futures seemed bleak when they sought out support from Heritage Home years ago. Christina was addicted to meth and alcohol for 12 years when she first arrived. She felt alone and scared. Karen was an addict, pregnant, and homeless. Alisa Rose was addicted to drugs and alcohol for years. The warm, concerned welcomes they received when they arrived at Heritage Home was unexpected. All knew that they needed to change to be able to give their babies a good life.

Heritage Home not only gave these women shelter, they showed them how to care for SJ_09.29.16_014-Editsmall-768x512their babies. They provided classes so that they could get jobs and create a life of their own. Christina is now a supervisor at a call center with a leading healthcare organization. Karen is an accounts receivable specialist. Alisa Rose is giving back to her community as a certified drug and alcohol counselor at House of Grace. All are deeply grateful to Heritage Home for the bonds they created with the other women and the staff that saw them through the lowest points in their lives to where they are today.

[This is an original post to Witchy Wonderful, the official blog of the Bella Vista League, the non-profit organization behind the annual Wonderful Witchy Women With A Cause luncheon and silent auction. This year’s event will be held on October 27th, 10:30am – 2:00pm, at the Fairmont Hotel, San Jose. Purchase your tickets now and join us!]