Benefitting

A Collaboration in Chocolate

Thank you for your interest in keeping Tahoe safe, healthy and fed. Tahoe SAFE Alliance, formerly Tahoe Women’s Services, and Project MANA are thrilled to be joining forces for the fifth year in-a-row in order to host the Chocolate, Wine & Roses Festival 25th Anniversary Silver Soiree. Collaborating enables us to enhance the services we provide to our mutual clients and subsequently strengthens the physical and emotional health of our community. It also reduces the financial impact on local businesses and individuals by reducing the number of events they are asked to support.

It gives us great joy to be able to bring our supporters together for an evening full of fun & entertainment, chocolate & wine tasting, scrumptious food by Hyatt chefs, and tantalizing auction items on Saturday, November 2, 2013 from 7-10:30 p.m. at Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe at Incline Village, NV.

Who the Chocolate Festival Benefits

Tahoe SAFE Alliance is a community-based nonprofit organization providing support, advocacy, prevention and education services to victims of intimate partner/domestic violence, child abuse, and sexual assault. Our mission is to end the incidence and trauma of such experiences. In 2012, we provided direct services to 729 women, men and children, answered 765 calls on our Community Helpline, and gave 486 violence prevention education presentations to 5,073 children, students, businesses and community groups.

Project MANA is a hunger relief organization servicing the North and West Shores of Lake Tahoe and Truckee. Our mission is to dramatically reduce the incidence of hunger and its detrimental effects upon individuals, families, the community and the region. In 2010, they distributed food to 29,022 households.