Community Partners of South Florida, a West Palm Beach-based nonprofit organization working to build stronger communities and families, recently held an event featuring local celebrities hopping behind the bar for an evening of fun. The highly anticipated event took place on Wednesday, March 11 and packed the house at The Beauty & The Beeef in Wellington.
The event featured bartenders Julie Khanna, a community advocate and connector, owner of Khanna Connections and Community Partners board member; Joshua Lower (AKA DJ Doozie); Wellington Councilwoman Tanya Siskind; and more ready to mix up cocktails and dish on the nonprofit organization. Gil Martinez of the Gil Martinez Agency-State Farm served as emcee for the event.
“Wellington is an incredible community that welcomed us with open arms,” shared Scott Hansel, CEO of Community Partners of South Florida. “It was a great evening that gave us the chance to meet new people, share more about the work we do, and raise a little money while having a great time!”
Community Partners of South Florida is a comprehensive community development nonprofit agency providing services to families facing social, emotional and financial adversity. The organization uses a unique approach integrating housing and financial empowerment, child and family mental health, and community services to create self-sustaining families and communities.
For more information about Community Partners of South Florida, visit www.cp-cto.org or call (561) 841-3500.