WINE TASTING BENEFIT

 
Thursday, September 22, 2016 at 6pm
Big Canyon Country Club
Newport Beach, CA
 
Enjoy some of the highest rated wines from around the world and celebrate 10 years of coming together as a community and continuing to raise funds to transform the lives of under-served youth through the power of dance and access to higher education. This year’s Keep the Promise Wine Tasting Benefit is on track to pass the $2 million mark of funds cumulatively raised.
 
Our students have given us something else to celebrate. This year, The Wooden Floor will have its largest graduating class ever—over 35 students are set to graduate high school on time and enroll in higher education! Please join us in keeping the promise we make to each of our students—from here, you can step anywhere.


A fun, strolling blind wine tasting competition  •  Signature small plates

Sharing of student success stories  •  Live and silent auctions  •  Opportunity Drawings

Giving opportunities 
 
BECOME A SPONSOR!
TICKETS 
Sponsorships range from $1,500 to
$30,000+

Individual tickets $350 per person ($250 tax-deductible)

To learn more about sponsorship levels
and benefits, please contact Keegan Bell at 714.541.8314 ext. 140 or by email.

 

 
 
 
PAST EVENT COVERAGE
"Wine Tasting To Benefit Local Charity" - Newport Beach Independent, September 2015
"Bottoms Up" - Riviera Magazine, December 2014
"Wine Tasting Benefit at Big Canyon" - Newport Beach Independent, October 10, 2014
"The Wooden Floor's Wine Tasting Benefit" - Newport Beach Magazine, January 2014
"Wine Event Raises $200K for The Wooden Floor" - Newport Beach Independent, October 2013
"The Wooden Floor's Keep the Promise Event" - Newport Beach Magazine, January 2012
"Right in Step" - Riviera Magazine, December 2011
"A Taste for Rhones" - Orange Coast Magazine, October 7, 2011
"Raising a Glass to Raise Funds" - Orange County Register, October 5, 2011
"A Don't Miss Tasting Event" - Orange Coast Magazine, September 15, 2011
"Wine Guy Has a Taste for Helping Kids" - Orange County Register, September 21, 2010