D’Vine to help 700 Hamiliton High School students SanTan Sun News

D’Vine to help 700 Hamiliton High School students

November 26th, 2016 | by SanTan Sun News
D’Vine to help 700 Hamiliton High School students
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D’Vine Wine Bar and Bistro, in partnership with Spark of Hope Foundation, will host a wine social benefiting the Hamilton Homeless Fund from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10, at its Chandler location 3990 S. Alma School Rd.

The wine social will feature more than 30 wines, live music, a silent auction and raffle. In addition, the restaurant will offer a full menu and happy hour cocktail prices all day long.

“We are a part of our community, and it’s important to help each other during the holiday season, and continue that commitment all year long.” said D’Vine owner Robert Coulson.

“Our mission is to ensure no Hamilton student goes hungry,” added Rajani Rastogi, LMSW, the school’s only social worker. “This basic need must be met, so they can focus on their education.

For tickets and more information visit: hamiltonhomeless.eventbrite.com.

The Hamilton Homeless Fund was created to ensure students are provided with basic needs such as financial aid, food assistance, counseling and referrals to a variety of social services agencies. One in four students at Hamilton is eligible for meal cost assistance and it is estimated that more than 700 students may go hungry some evenings and on weekends. The Hamilton Homeless Fund is dedicated to helping students and their families through financial hardship to ensure students can focus on learning.

For more information, call 480-883-5182.

Spark of Hope is an Arizona-based nonprofit organization that provides assistance for children and their families who are not supported by traditional charitable programs. Spark of Hope was founded by a group of creative individuals committed to making a difference in the lives of children by providing essential solutions and services. For more information, visit sparkofhope.org.

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