Community invited to masquerade ball at the San Diego Natural History Museum on Nov. 2
San Diego CA— On November 2, the Junior League of San Diego (Junior League) is holding one of its largest fundraising events, the Fourth Annual Gala, which supports youth transitioning out of foster care, assists San Diego County partners in reducing human trafficking and empowers women to becoming strong volunteer leaders in the community. Attendees interested in supporting Junior League in its mission-based projects are welcome to join this evening event in masquerade fashion at the San Diego Natural History Museum.
Beginning at 6:30 p.m., Guests will gather at Balboa Park in black-tie attire for an extraordinary evening of dining, dancing and auctioning. Junior League will also honor an outstanding member of the community for their work towards positive change and demonstration of the organization’s core values with the Spirit of Community Award.
“We are thrilled to host our Fourth Annual Gala to support and fundraise for our community projects in our 90th year,” said Emily Green Lake, president of Junior League of San Diego. “The event is the perfect way to celebrate the coming of the fall season in a magnificent location, while raising awareness and fund for causes that directly benefit San Diegans in need.”
Guests interested in supporting the organization’s women and their work can join this year’s Gala at the San Diego Natural History Museum in Balboa Park from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased here for $150 a person or tables for 10 beginning at $1,400. All funds raised at the event will go towards Junior League’s community projects supporting the foster-youth community, human trafficking prevention and community leader training.
For more information on the Junior League of San Diego and its mission, please visit www.jlsd.org.