Drive the Dream Organizers Launch 2016 Event

12th annual fundraising soiree scheduled for Jan. 23 at Arizona Biltmore.

Childhelp hosted the 2016 Drive the Dream Kickoff Party at the home of Dr. Stacie J. Stephenson and Richard J. Stephenson, honorary chairs for the event. The Oct. 23 evening featured entertainment by pianist William Joseph Schwartz III and violinist Caroline Campbell, and delectables by Catering by Vincent. Dennis Thompson, White House Design Studio, designed the décor.

The 2016 fundraiser to benefit Childhelp, its programs and services in Arizona has the theme “A Night of Wonderment,” and will be held January 23 at the Arizona Biltmore. This year’s Spirit of the Children honorees are Pat and Bob Bondurant. The Nellie Jackson Award will be presented to SEMA Cares, and Reba McEntire will be honored as the Woman of the World. Co-chairs for the January event are Char David Hubble, Deborah Pshebniski and Erika Williams.

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Carol Hebets, Addison Brown, Bea Rocklin and Tiffany Quayle

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David and Renee Merritt

Carol and Jim Hebets Matt and Erika Williams

Carol and Jim Hebets; Matt and Erika Williams

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Kevin and Deborah Pshebniski

Missy and Lyle Anderson and Stacie J. and Richard J. Stephenson crop

Missy and Lyle Anderson and Stacie J. and Richard J. Stephenson

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Rod and Kim Cullum

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Vicki Vaughn and Bijen Dyrek

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Childhelp co-founders Yvonne Fedderson and Sara O’Meara with Childhelp ambassador Cheryl Ladd, center

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