Lambeth House supported the retirement community with its Fellowship Fund.
The Lambeth House Foundation benefit, “Anything Goes on Broadway,” began with a cocktail party, where a strolling violinist serenaded guests as they mingled before the main event. Later, guests were seated for a three-course meal prepared by Lambeth House’s own chef John Joffe and Food and Beverage Director Stefanie Hosek. Whimsical centerpieces, including miniature pink garden flamingos in vases wrapped in boas, set the tone for the evening.
The event bore host to an auction and raffle items, including a dinner party for six at Tim Trapolin’s art studio with food cooked and served by Lambeth House’s CEO Scott Crabtree. Trapolin served as Co-Chair with Dr. Polly Thomas.
Proceeds benefit the Fellowship Fund, a financial assistance program for residents of Lambeth House who outlive their resources. This year, the event hosted 210 patrons and raised more than $75,000.
EVENT AT A GLANCE
What: “Anything Goes on Broadway,” benefiting Lambeth House Foundation
When: Thursday, October 22
Where: Lambeth House