They tell us we throw a mean party. This year, that’s literally true.
On Thursday, June 5, we’re going over to the dark side.
A Villain-thropic Evening, our 19th annual gala fundraising dinner, is a salute to the ogres, witches, trolls, wicked stepmothers, and all the other baddies without whom fairy tales
would be ... meh.
Your presence isn’t just requested. It’s required.
Scary costumes. Shivery music. Food to die for. Our legendary storybook sets. All of it under the cold, glittering stars. (We’ll try to arrange for fog.)
Buy your tickets now. Or be very, very sorry.
Donate to the auction -Individuals and businesses are invited to donate to the auction that takes place at the event. If your company is interested in participating, please click the link above to fill out the donation form.
Donate food and services - Restaurants, you can donate your services to our event. If your restaurant is interested in participating, please click the link above to fill out the donation form.
Donate drinks and services - Wineries, distilleries or beverage vendors, you can donate your services to our event. If your company is interested in participating, please click the link above to fill out the donation form.
Glenn & Ellen Voyles
Rogers Family Foundation
Flying Monkey Sponsors
Sharon & Barclay Simpson
Tin Man Sponsors
Dan Altemus & Marie Riehle
Kaitz Property Services
Glinda the Good Witch Sponsors
Kay & Mark Barchas
Jim and Bonnie Bell, Bell Investment Advisors
Anne Campbell Washington & Glynn Washington
Diane & Neil Goodhue
H.F. (Gerry) Lenfest
Theresa Nelson & Barney Smits
Oaks Card Club
Wellington Property Company
Jamie Flaherty Evans & Ken Evans
Beryl and Jim Potter
Clear Channel Outdoor
Oakland Magazine / Parents’ Press
Valet Parking Generously Provided by
Printing Generously Donated by
Royce Printing – Susan Royce
Security Services Generously Provided by
Mailing Services Generously Provided by
Handled With Care Mailing Services
Specialty Items Provided by
Safeguard by Julie Fox
Photography Services Generously Provided by
Dorothy Holmes & Monte Bolmer