A Night in Casablanca

Child Crisis Arizona gala raises $600K for education, prevention, intervention programs

Old Hollywood glamour created an elegant evening for A Night in Casablanca, Child Crisis Arizona’s annual fundraising gala. The March 2 event at the Sheraton Grand Phoenix drew 450 guests, who helped raise more than $600,000 for the organization’s early education, prevention and intervention programs to help break the cycle of child abuse and neglect.

In addition to a live auction, Bobby D conducted the paddle raise, focused on funding more than 40 low-income children ages 1 to 5 with a year of high quality early education. Bob Bové of Jiffy Lube and Roger Hill and Yvonne Debeauville kicked it off by providing funding for a classroom of eight children.

Child Crisis Arizona Board of Directors members Cindy Coffman and Noelle Miller co-chaired the evening. Arrowhead Cadillac, Isaac Jewelers, Titan Solar, Jiffy Lube and David Lueth were the presenting sponsors

PHOTOS BY LINH LAM AND COLLEEN KATZ, COURTESY CHILD CRISIS ARIZONA

Board member Byron Sarhangian and his wife, Lisamarie

The paddle raise

Yvonne Debeauville and Roger Hill; guests of honor- Jaque Royalty and her daughter

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