Proceeds Benefit Child Crisis Arizona
Last year’s event raised $62,000 with more than 400 tickets sold. The first WWH event held in 2010 raised $11,000.
This year’s event includes live horse racing, a hat contest with prizes, lunch, raffle prizes, silent auction, and instructions on how to bet on the ponies. Presenting sponsor Kendra Scott Jewelers has donated $5,000 worth of jewelry which will be sold and the event with all of the proceeds benefiting Child Crisis Arizona.Child Crisis Arizona’s vision is safe kids and strong families. They operate the Valley’s only two Emergency Children’s Shelters for children who have experienced abuse and neglect. Child Crisis Arizona has one of the largest foster care and adoption programs to license, train and certify individuals and families to find homes for nearly 18,000 Arizona children in foster care. For more information and how to make a donation click here.
Ticket sales for Wine, Women, & Horses are on sale now. For more information click here.
Turf Paradise Director of Corporate Sales Serena Simms said, “Turf Paradise has been a part of the Phoenix community for more than six decades with a proud tradition of giving back to the community. We are honored to once again support Child Crisis Arizona and welcome Kendra Scott Jewelers as a presenting sponsor.”
Turf Paradise opened its doors in 1956 and has operated at the same location (19th Avenue and Bell) ever since making it Arizona’s first sports franchise.
Who: Turf Paradise
What: 7th Annual Wine Women and Horses Charity Event
When: April 8, 2017 Noon to 4pm
Where: Turf Paradise 1501 West Bell Road
Why: To benefit Child Crisis Arizona
Turf Paradise is Arizona’s first sports franchise, and has operated continuously at the same location at 19th Ave and Bell. It offers one of the longest racing seasons in the United States thanks to Arizona’s great weather. Through Off Track Betting networks its races are viewed at OTB locations all over the United States and worldwide.