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Emergency Shelter Autumnal Soiree

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Emergency Shelter Autumnal Soiree

Time: October 24, 2019 from 6pm to 10pm
Location: Canal Dock Boathouse
Street: 475 Long Wharf Drive
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: https://www.esmsshelter.org/e…
Phone: 203-777-2522
Event Type: fundraiser
Organized By: Aaron Haley, Carmen Mendez, Carina Gormley
Latest Activity: Oct 21, 2019

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Please support our first attempts to diversify shelter fundraising efforts! We will be hosting a gala with wine tasting, appetizers, auction items, live music and dance at the beautiful Canal Dock Boathouse. For those driving, please park at the IKEA-- a shuttle service will be provided to the boathouse. Attire is semi-formal. All proceeds will be going toward facilities improvements. Please reach out to carina.gormley@yale.edu with any questions. 

Order your tickets on Eventbrite or via Paypal. Payments can also be made through Venmo, or directly as a check to Emergency Shelter (contact ahaley@esmsshelter.org for this payment method). 

We also welcome interested volunteers and donors!

Website: https://www.esmsshelter.org/events-gallery

Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/autumnal-soiree-tickets-70663663921?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

Venmo Name: @EmergencyShelter ManagementSer

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