Saving Grace Hosts Heroes Unmasked

Saving Grace hosts its first virtual fundraising event, Heroes Unmasked! – an opportunity to share more about Saving Grace and the life-saving work they do throughout the region. The goal for this virtual fundraiser is to develop more friends who support Saving Grace in whatever ways they can, and to create a community that is better educated about the impact of intimate partner violence and sexual assault – and what we can do to address and prevent it.

Event Details:
What: HEROES UNMASKED, a virtual fundraiser benefitting Saving Grace
When: June 11, 2021 from 5:30 PM – 6:00 PM
Tickets: Register for this free event, make a donation or purchase raffle tickets at
*The first 150 people that register for the event will receive a customized facemask provided by BlackStrap along with some other little gifts.
We will be raffling off a beautiful Breedlove guitar (valued at $849) and guests will also have a chance to win a wonderful Board Wine Reserve Basket.
*For every $50 donation guests will be automatically entered into the drawing to win the Board Wine Reserve Basket.

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