GRAMMY winner John Fogerty takes the stage October 28 at Wine D’Vine, a 40th anniversary celebration and concert to benefit foster children, youth and families throughout Southern California.
“Walden’s vision that every child should grow up in a family inspired me to get involved in supporting kids in foster care,” said Maryanne Sefton. “I’m thrilled that this year’s event gives more people an opportunity to learn how their generosity prepares foster youth to become productive members of our community.”
Chaired by Marty and David Pendarvis, Wine D’Vine features a VIP reception with appetizers prepared by Pamplemousse Grille Executive Chef Jeffrey Strauss. Guests will also enjoy fine wine from leading California vineyards, a three-course dinner by Estancia La Jolla and a live auction. The concert, presented by Harley and Maryanne Sefton, will feature Fogerty’s classic hits, including “Bad Moon Rising”, “Have You Ever Seen The Rain” and “Fortunate Son.” Ranch & Coast editor-at-large Andrea Naversen will serve as mistress of ceremonies.
About Wine D’Vine
Now in its 12th year, Wine D’Vine attracts over 350 philanthropic and community leaders committed to creating bright futures for foster children and youth. Proceeds from the event account for 35 percent of Walden’s annual fundraising. In 2015, Walden Family Services provided more than 1,500 children, youth and families with services that help them heal from trauma, promote nurturing relationships and create opportunities to thrive.
Tables and Tickets
A VIP Reserved Table for 10 is $6,000, a VIP ticket is $600 per person, and general admission is $4,000 per table or $400 per person. Purchase tickets online or contact Kathryn Stephens, Director of Philanthropy, at (619) 727-5897 or via email for more information.