DANBURY, Conn. -- Food, music and wine aficionados of Danbury, Conn., flocked to The Shelter Rock Winery and Membership Club on April 25 to celebrate the spring season and a worthy, local cause.
Shelter Rock Winery’s evening of culture at its location at 5 Shelter Rock Rd. was a benefit for Julia’s Wings Foundation of Danbury.
Julia Wing Foundation’s Vice President Heather Malsin and board member Katherine Gold-Guber spoke at the event regarding the foundation’s mission and efforts to promote organizations and individuals researching Aplastic Anemia through donations. The non-profit organization also provides financial relief to families of children with life-threatening hematological diseases and to medical professionals for healthcare research.
Proceeds from T-shirt and Anita Begley-designed jewelry sales were donated to the foundation.
The Shelter Rock Winery is the first of its kind in Fairfield County. The membership club is a regular gathering where members experience the entire wine-making process from grape selection to bottling and labeling.
For more information, contact Shelter Rock by calling (203) 948-8235, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or online at shelterrockwinery.com .
Information on the Julie’s Wings Foundation can be found at juliaswings.org .
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