Boys Town California Announces May Charity Event

Uncork for Hope-red-LOGOBy Rachel Reenders, KCOMM

“Uncork for Hope” wine tasting event will raise funds for at-risk children

Santa Ana, CA March 7, 2016 – Boys Town California, a non-profit organization that provides assistance to at-risk children and their families, will be hosting a unique fundraiser at the prestigious Center Club in Costa Mesa on Sunday, May 1st, 2016, from 2 pm-6 pm. Boys Town California board members Adam Miller, Nate Fikse, and Rob Magnotta will pair some of the rarest wines in the world with fine hors d’oeuvres and entertainment that includes both a silent and live auction. In addition to the opportunity to experience several top-rated wines while bidding on exciting merchandise and lifestyle experiences, the fundraiser will provide an opportunity to learn more about the life-changing programs Boys Town California provides to its community’s most disadvantaged children and families.

Wineries expected to be represented at the event include: Alta Colina, Paso Robles; Argot, Sonoma; Bevan Cellars, Napa/Sonoma; Chase Cellars, Napa; Desparada, Paso Robles; Herman Story Wines, Paso Robles; Law Estate Wines, Paso Robles; Rodney Strong, Sonoma; St. Helena Winery, Napa; Lombardi Wines, Sonoma; Lando Wines, Sonoma; Revana, Napa; Arietta, Napa; and Cimarrosa, Napa/Howell Mt.

The Center Club, a private city club for Orange County’s corporate and social leaders, is located at 650 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa, across from South Coast Plaza. The club is known for its inspiring atmosphere that includes fine art and sculptures that reflect the unique personality of Orange County. Tickets for the event are priced at $150, with all proceeds benefitting Boys Town California. Companies interested in sponsoring the charity event should contact Christina Garkovich at 714-558-0303 or via email at to learn more.

About Boys Town California

Since opening in 1991, Boys Town California has continued to fulfill its mission by providing programs focused on saving children and healing families in Southern California.  The organization operates seven Family Homes for youth who are unable to return to their homes due to abuse or neglect. Intervention services are also provided through In-Home Family Services and Community Support Services in an effort to prevent out-of-home placement of children and keep families together. An affiliate of Boys Town, the national organization founded in 1917 in Omaha, Nebraska, Boys Town California touches the lives of 48,000 people in California each year. For more information, please visit

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