Kids in Crisis “Spring Fling” Benefit Set for March 3, 2017

 The 2017 Spring Fling Committee gathered for their first planning meeting at the JHouse on September 28, 2016. From back row, left: Jennie Stehli, Nina Bliley, Helen Kim, Jen Danzi, Jennifer Reynolds, Lauran Wenitzky, Kelly Stroud, Paige Bradley Maniaci, Victoria Otero Barba, Jen Seidel, Blake Giffin, Lauren Hennessy and Jami Sherwood. Front row, left: Jennifer Zulli, Mary-Kate Donato, Kim Caravella, Wendy Collins, Teri Bradley, Christine Hikawa, Marsha Shendell and Becky Gutman.

The 2017 Spring Fling Committee gathered for their first planning meeting at the JHouse on September 28, 2016. From back row, left: Jennie Stehli, Nina Bliley, Helen Kim, Jen Danzi, Jennifer Reynolds, Lauran Wenitzky, Kelly Stroud, Paige Bradley Maniaci, Victoria Otero Barba, Jen Seidel, Blake Giffin, Lauren Hennessy and Jami Sherwood. Front row, left: Jennifer Zulli, Mary-Kate Donato, Kim Caravella, Wendy Collins, Teri Bradley, Christine Hikawa, Marsha Shendell and Becky Gutman. Contributed photo

The 2017 Kids in Crisis Spring Fling Committee met recently to begin planning the highly anticipated fundraiser for Kids in Crisis.

The planning kickoff was hosted by the J House.

Co-chairs Blake Giffin and Jennie Stehli shared the theme of this year’s benefit: An Evening in Wonderland. The event will celebrating the mystery and whimsy of Alice in Wonderland.

Spring Fling will take place Friday, March 3, 2017 at Greenwich Country Club and will feature a casually elegant evening with exquisite food, live and silent auctions, and exciting entertainment.

Stay tuned to www.kidsincrisis.org for updates and tickets.

Kids in Crisis is Connecticut’s only free, round-the-clock agency providing emergency shelter, crisis counseling and community educational programs for children of all ages and families dealing with a wide range of crises – domestic violence, mental health and family problems, substance abuse, economic difficulties and more.  Since its founding in 1978, Kids in Crisis has helped more than 138,000 Connecticut children and families; last year, 6, 384 children and families received assistance from the organization.  


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