Last Chance to Buy Tickets for Summer Soiree Event Benefiting At-Risk Children

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Enjoy an evening of grandeur cocktails and cuisine with a view, exclusive auction items, captivating games, and dancing under the stars, while giving back to Children's Bureau.

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Act fast- Last chance to purchase tickets to Children’s Bureau’s Summer Soirée (formerly known as Clambake), occurring this Saturday, June 3rd at the Oak Creek Golf Club in Irvine. Anticipated attendance for the popular charity event stands at more than 200 guests, experiencing an evening of grandeur cocktails and cuisine with a view, exclusive auction items, captivating games, and dancing under the stars with the Dwight Kennedy Band.

This year’s event will honor Jones Day, the largest law firm in the U.S., for its years of service to Children’s Bureau. Over the years, the company has generously given its financial support, employee time and expertise, event space, and more.

The Presenting Sponsor of this event is The Crean Foundation, and additional sponsors include Gold Sponsor- Jones Day; Silver Sponsor- Samsung; Bronze Sponsors- Deloitte & Touche LLP, Grandpoint Bank, Ingram Micro, Jabra, Julia Stewart and Tim Ortman, Peerless AV, The Capital Group Companies, and Windes Inc; and Media Sponsor- Modern Luxury Magazine. Limited tickets can be found online at http://www.all4kids.org/soiree.

“What makes our Children's Bureau Summer Soirée so special is that more than 6,500 vulnerable young children and their families are spared from child abuse and given lives filled with opportunities,” said Alex Morales, President and CEO of Children’s Bureau.

In 2016, Children’s Bureau (all4kids.org) helped 30,000 at-risk children and their families with a variety of programs and services aimed at prevention and treatment, such as in-home counseling, parent education classes, collaborative participation in family resource centers, home visiting health programs, and family foster care and adoption. 84 percent of our funding goes directly towards these programs and services to ensure vulnerable parents and children have access to the tools, resources and support needed to thrive and succeed.
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