Tour for Hope

A parade of 8 luxurious homes to benefit International Alliance for the Prevention of AIDS

Valley residents will have access to go behind the doors and into some of the most beautiful and unique homes across the Phoenix Metropolitan area Nov. 4, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., in support of the International Alliance for the Prevention of AIDS.

Work of art at chef Gabe Bertaccini’s residence

Local chef Gabe Bertaccini and his ‘Chef’s Den’ will be one of highlights of eight luxurious homes. Known for his personalized culinary experiences, the walls inside his ‘Loft Living’ display artworks to complement his large galley-style gourmet kitchen and fourth-floor roof deck.

Other notable features during the self-guided tour will include a 1.5-acre villa boasting a timeless French rural flair that has been featured in several magazines, and also a contemporary glass retreat nestled against the head of Camelback Mountain with its own private hiking trailhead, a 3-acre estate and a 20-car garage.

The International Alliance for the Prevention of AIDS was founded in 2004 by Arizona college students inspired by community focused health initiatives to combat the spread of HIV. With branches in the U.S. and in India, the IAPA provides community based HIV education services, support to individuals who are HIV positive, advocacy services and health development programs.

Participation in Tour for Hope – A Parade of Homes helps the International Alliance for the Prevention of AIDS fulfill its mission to prevent the global spread of HIV through education and volunteerism.

For more information or purchase tickets, visit iapaids.org.

 

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