The Friends of Lucy’s Hearth cordially invite you

to a festive fall fundraiser

at the International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum
194 Bellevue Avenue, Newport

Thursday, October 20, 2016 6 to 9 pm

Cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, small plates,
raffles, auction items & museum tour

 Music by Jack Casey

 $85.00 per person

Thank You to our Generous Sponsors!

To purchase tickets:

Special thanks to our Presenting Sponsors

Marie Force, Author McCarthy_logo_F  







  The Damon Company; Patrick and Lauren Haley; Hinckley Allen; Newport Hospital; Connie Pemmerl and Doug Jacobs; Susan Sipprelle


Crane Anderson and David Hersh; Corrigan Financial, Inc.; Susan and Christopher Erstling; Gustave White Sotheby’s International Realty; Kate Hoephner-Karle; Imaj Associates; Malcolm Farmer III; O’Reilly & Skuncik, LTD; Research Engineering and Manufacturing, Inc.


Gail and John Alofsin, Audrain Automobile Museum; The Burney Company; Elizabeth Pemmerl and Drew Cantor; Peter Chabot; Carolyn and August Cordeiro; Gil’s Appliances; Stephani Hulitar; Richard Koziara; Margaret Holland McDuff; Mello Construction Company; Newport Cooks Cooking School; Newport Country Club; Nicely Done Organizing; Rose Island Lighthouse; Laurie and Marshall Stroll; Urology and Associates, Inc; Willem vanrijn; James and Elizabeth Walker; Sen. M. Teresa Paiva Weed; Richard and Joan Zuerner

Special Thanks to:

Jack Casey

  Click here to become a Sponsor


All proceeds benefit Lucy’s Hearth, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Lucy’s Hearth opened its doors in 1984 as an overnight shelter with one staff person and a dedicated group of volunteers. Today, Lucy’s Hearth provides more than 14,000 bed nights and 23,000 meals every year, and is much more than just a shelter.

Lucy’s Hearth is a 24 hour a day emergency and transitional shelter for mothers and their children who are homeless due to family crisis, economic hardship, divorce and a shortage of safe, affordable housing. The primary goal is to foster independence and help residents gain the life skills necessary to prevent future chronic homelessness. Every family receives case management and valuable educational and life skills programs.

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