Local Non-Profit Celebrates Success in Addressing Homelessness, Education and Cultural Integration

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Trellis event to share inspiring stories of success and hope for the City of Costa Mesa, California

Nearly 200 guests are expected to gather on April 23rd at the Chuck Jones Center in Costa Mesa for We’re Better Together – An Evening of Celebration and Support, an inaugural event to support Costa Mesa-based nonprofit Trellis.

The event creates the opportunity to raise awareness and support for Trellis to continue providing the critical framework that unites and strengthens individuals, churches and businesses with one common goal: to heal the City of Costa Mesa. Trellis takes action through prayer, love and engagement to address the key initiatives of homelessness, education, cultural integration and neighboring. All of these initiatives have been identified as being critical to healing the people and City of Costa Mesa.

Ian Stevenson, Executive Director of Trellis, shared, “We’re Better Together—An Evening of Celebration and Support marks five years of positive change. It is an important time to celebrate Trellis’ success in addressing the top initiatives that provide the greatest potential for the growth of individuals, families, businesses and our City as a whole. Through the growing network of Trellis, we have helped countless people facing homelessness get off the streets, have seen direct results in improvements to education, and have integrated cultures, including bringing neighborhoods together. These initiatives are intricately connected, with one deeply affecting the other, and there is still much work to be done. It is our hope the event will inspire guests to support Trellis through prayer, engagement and financial giving.”

What:    We’re Better Together—An Evening of Celebration and Support, a business casual event with dinner and dessert by 24 Carrots and inspiring musical entertainment by Justin Fox.

Who:        Ian Stevenson will share stories of success, inspiration and hope in addressing the initiatives of homelessness, education and cultural integration for the City of Costa Mesa.

When:     Saturday, April 23, 2016
        6:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Where:    Chuck Jones Center
        3321 Hyland Ave., Costa Mesa, California 92626

Why:     To raise awareness and funds to support Trellis’ work in the local community, to celebrate and share stories of success, and to honor the many individuals, churches and organizations that enable Trellis to make a difference.

Tickets:     Individual Tickets: $30; Table Sponsors $1,000; Corporate Sponsorships $3,000 available by visiting wearetrellis.com, calling 949-246-6778 or emailing debbie(at)wearetrellis(dot)com

Trellis brings over 25 years of experience, research, and expertise to unite individuals, businesses and church leaders with their common desire to serve God’s people of all faiths, backgrounds, ages and cultures in Costa Mesa, California. Trellis exists to provide the organized structure necessary to effectively and efficiently pool resources of time, people and finances, providing a strong foundation to make the greatest impact possible in four key areas: homelessness, education, cultural integration and neighboring. To find out more visit wearetrellis.com or follow us on Facebook at Facebook.com/wearetrellis

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