The Shade Tree presents its third annual Champagne and Pearls signature event
celebrating Southern Nevada female trailblazers in advance of International Women’s Day
Tickets on sale now for the March 5th event
WHAT: The Shade Tree, a 24-hour accessible emergency shelter for domestic violence and human trafficking survivors and their children announces the return of Champagne and Pearls, the organization’s signature event showcasing Southern Nevada’s female leaders in honor of International Women’s Day. The event takes place on Sunday, March 5, three days in advance of International Women’s Day observed on Wednesday, March 8. Tickets are available for purchase at https://one.bidpal.net/champagneandpearls2023/welcome for $150 per person and tables of ten available for $1,450. Each guest receives brunch, mimosas, an interactive panel discussion, gift bag, shopping experience and more. All ticket sale proceeds will benefit the shelter’s residents who are victims of domestic violence, human trafficking and/or homelessness.
Now in its third year, Champagne and Pearls returns to Emerald at Queensridge with a powerful lineup of Southern Nevada female trailblazers who will engage with attendees and discuss this year’s International Women’s Day theme, #EmbraceEquity. Punam Mathur, philanthropist and executive director of the Elaine P. Wynn & Family Foundation will serve as moderator for a powerhouse panel discussing the challenges of gender bias, overcoming an imbalance in gender equity and what we can each do to embrace equity within our own sphere of influence. Panelists include Norma Intriago, executive director of Dress for Success of Southern Nevada; Roxann McCoy, president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Las Vegas branch; and Piper Overstreet, vice president of government relations for the Las Vegas Raiders. Linda Perez, CEO of The Shade Tree will offer opening remarks.
Throughout the event, guests will have the opportunity to shop items crafted by local female artisans. Guests must be 15 years of age and older.
WHEN: Sunday, March 5 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
WHERE: Emerald at Queensridge, 891 S Rampart Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89145
Tickets are $150 per person ($1,450 per table for 10). Click here to purchase.
WHO: Linda Perez, CEO, The Shade Tree
Punam Mathur, philanthropist and executive director of the Elaine P. Wynn & Family Foundation
Norma Intriago, executive director, Dress for Success of Southern Nevada
Roxann McCoy, president, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Las Vegas branch
Piper Overstreet, vice president of government relations, Las Vegas Raiders
ABOUT THE SHADE TREE
The Shade Tree is a 24-hour accessible emergency shelter for domestic violence and human trafficking survivors and their children. The Shade Tree partners with Noah’s Animal House, located on the organization’s campus, to provide pet services for its clients. The Shade Tree facility offers residential areas with sleeping rooms, a children’s activity center, meals, and laundry services. Additionally, it offers programs and services to in-house and off-site clients including workforce readiness, health services, and housing assistance. The Shade Tree has been providing these services since 1989. The Shade Tree crisis hotline phone/text number is 1-855-385-0072. To learn more, follow The Shade Tree on Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram or visit www.theshadetree.org.