December 7th, 6:00-10:00pm at the historic Sacramento Masonic Temple, 1123 J Street. The prohibition-era themed event will be an evening to remember with live band music, fabulous food from celebrity chefs, and era-specific cocktails.
Highlights of the night will be:
- Entertainment provided by the Symphonia Phonotone Orchestra, RSVP Choir, and dance music of the 20s, 30s, and early 40s.
- Master of Ceremonies, Rob Stewart, of KVIE’s “Rob on the Road.”
- Recognition and honor of local supporters of the Joshua’s House project.
More information, sponsorships information and tickets ($150 per person) on sale at https://joshuashousehospice.org/gala-event/
Joshua’s House will open as a hospice to house 20 terminally ill homeless residents. Each individual will be loved, respected, and provided with high quality hospice care in a home-like setting with meals, clothing, companionship and art & music therapy. Operated by the Health Communication Research Institute, Inc., a nonprofit established in 1989 with a commitment to reduce health disparities through community-based research and program development. In 2015, HCRI, Inc. narrowed its focus to better understanding the healthcare needs of the homeless population; developing programs to address those needs.