Photo credit: Metropolitan Photography.
On Thursday, April 25, business and community leaders from across Fairfield County got decked out in cocktail attire for our Spring Soiree. We honored Peri and Samantha Stevelman for their contributions towards mitigating the trauma of homelessness and celebrated our clients’ successful journeys out of homelessness. With a reception catered by ABIGAIL KIRSCH, a live DJ, and a silent auction, this was a night to remember!
As always, we are grateful for the support of our community, including our many event sponsors, volunteers, and others who came together to help those in need.
Missed our Spring Soiree? You can still help us bloom! Please consider making a donation in support of our mission to break the cycle of homelessness.
At Inspirica, we are incredibly fortunate to have dedicated volunteers who invest their time with our clients, helping them along their journey to permanent housing and stability.
This year, we honored Peri and Samantha Stevelman, a dynamic mother-daughter duo who, through their volunteer efforts, has helped mitigate the trauma of homelessness for the children in our care. Peri and Samantha have volunteered with Inspirica's after-school Youth Center for over seven years, throwing ice cream socials and other fun parties that allow our children to set aside their worries and pursue the joys of childhood. Put simply, Peri and Samantha's efforts let our kids be kids.
Peri is currently a fashion designer in New York City. Samantha attends St. Luke's School and plays volleyball and tennis.
Thank you to our 2019 event sponsors
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We are grateful to have the support of our community, including the following members of our Host Committee:
Tracey Alston - Jane Carlin - Carmen Domonkos
Kristine Gore - Nancy Gramps - John Kennedy
Sally Anderson Lambdin - Celeste Marsh - John McKee
Bob & Pat Mendelsohn - Jennifer Murphy
Stephen Napier - Carol Rooney
Caroline Simmons - Lucy Store - Janie Weyl