The Tiny Miracles Foundation (TTMF) will hold their 8th annual Spring Gala at the Wee Burn Country Club in Darien on Saturday, April 27th at 6:30pm. The Gala will support their programs that are dedicated to helping families with premature babies in the greater Fairfield County area.
The 2013 theme, “A Star is Born” welcomes attendees to a night in Old Hollywood and calls for a black tie optional dress code. Guests will enjoy elegant passed hors d’oeuvres, and big band favorites while they peruse silent auction items on display. A gourmet seated dinner will be followed by the live auction, dancing and fabulous desserts provided by Palmer's Bakery of Darien.
The event is supported by many individual and local corporate sponsors including: Kelley Associates and Callari Auto Group, both located in Darien. Stamford Hospital, Norwalk Hospital Foundation, Bridgeport Hospital Foundation, Safe harbor Consulting and Risk Management LLC, Broder & Orland LLC, and Fairfield Plastic Surgery are also supporting the event. Other wonderful product sponsors are Godiva, Ketel One, and St. Germain.
The silent auction will feature items by Roger Vivier, Wacoal, Great River Golf, Roughan Interior Design, Steven Fox Jewelry, Jack Dog Studio Photography, Maria Livesay Salon, and Infinity Fitness. The live auction donations include a week-long stay at spectacular Bromley Mountain, a first-class trip to Martha’s Vineyard, a photography session at Bradford Portraits in New York City and more.
Proceeds from the event will support the programs and services of The Tiny Miracles Foundation, a non-profit organization that reaches over 1,200 families in Fairfield County, CT. Their services and programs are provided in the neonatal units of Stamford, Norwalk and Bridgeport Hospitals, and Danbury Hospital which is part of the Western Connecticut Health Network. Their programs provide support services to parents of premature babies and enhance family-centered care these families during this fragile time. For more information about their support services please call 203 202 9714 or visit the website at www.ttmf.org.