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Conscience Cocktails Invites Young Professionals to "Network for a Cause" - Proceeds to benefit Tomorrow Trust's Effort

By Maria Densley

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LA’s young professionals are invited to advance their careers for a cause at a charity mixer sponsored by Conscience Cocktails, a networking group for philanthropically-minded Angelenos.  Proceeds from the event, to take place Thursday, September 26th, at the Carson House in Beverly Hills, will benefit Tomorrow Trust, a non-profit fighting poverty in South Africa.

Carson House

The evening sponsored by Conscience Entertainment Group and  TV Personality  William M. Dorfman, D.D.S., will feature face and body art from Star Oakland and music by DJ Dos-a.  Guests will be treated to tray passed appetizers and flatbread pizzas in addition to specialty drinks crafted by master-mixologist, Patrick Brady.

Previous Conscience Cocktails Mixer

Guests will also have a chance to enter a raffle with fabulous prizes such as Randy Kirk Original Artwork valued at $4,000 and in-office Zoom Teeth Bleaching, with all proceeds benefitting the evening's charity partner, Tomorrow Trust.

Previous Conscience Cocktails Mixer

Previous Conscience Cocktails Mixer

WHAT: Conscience Cocktails Charity Mixer Benefiting Tomorrow’s Trust 

WHEN: 7 PM TO 10:30 PM, Thursday, September 26

WHERE: Carson House Beverly Hills

Tickets: Tickets on sale now for $25

Get your tickets online today at Conscience Cocktails, or for more information send them an email.

Founded in 2005, Tomorrow Trust is fighting the cycle of poverty in South Africa by giving orphaned and vulnerable children (OVC) the support they need to succeed in school and beyond.  Pioneers in the field of “exit strategies for OVC,” their program provides academic assistance as well as the necessary emotional support and encouragement these children need to reach their full potential both in school and ultimately in the work force.  Learn more about Tomorrow Trust online and join them on Facebook and Twitter

Conscience Cocktails was started in 2011 to introduce Angelenos to deserving charities and the remarkable people being them.  To find out about this and future Conscience Cocktail Events, like Conscience Cocktails on Facebook.

 

Published on Sep 14, 2013

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