Stepping Stones Bloom Gala Was A Success!
Date posted: September 17, 2019
Stepping Stones’annual Bloom gala raised over $245,000 on Saturday, Sept 7th.
Presented by Huntington, Bloom was held at Greenacres Arts Center in Indian Hill on a beautiful September evening. It was the perfect setting filled with beautiful art, live music, great food, dancing and entertainment. We can’t thank you enough for being a part of this special occasion.
While the total amount raised continues to bloom, we are happy to share that more than $245,000 Net has been raised so far to support Stepping Stones’ programs serving individuals with disabilities. The silent auction was a big hit! $46,000+ was raised from items contributed this year. We are extremely grateful for the generosity and creativity in each donation. Silent auction items ranged from glamorous get-a-way packages to local sports events, home essentials, his and her treat-yourself items, and around the city entertainment packages.
Serving more than 1,100 individuals, it is Stepping Stones’ mission to increase independence, improve lives and promote inclusion. We take pride in being a place where everyone can bloom – especially people with disabilities.
Thank You To Our Food Donors, Sponsors and Silent Auction Donors!
The joyous event featured food from 24 Cincinnati restaurants and caterers, a silent auction, an art auction curated by Eisele Gallery of Fine Art, guest emcee Steve Raleigh of WCPO , entertainment from acoustic musician Tom Kaper and dance band Stays in Vegas.
24 Cincinnati Favorites:
Aladdin’s Eatery, The Birch, The BonBonerie, City Barbecue, Cooking with Caitlin, crEATions by Melody, The Delish Dish, Elegant Fare, Fork & Pie Bakery, Fifty West Brewing Co., Forno’s, Funky’s Catering, Holtman’s Donuts, LaSoupe, Madisono’s Gelato & Sorbetto, Mazunte, Nothing Bundt Cakes, The Passion Plate, Pizza Hut, The Quarter Bistro,The Schoolhouse Restaurant, StoneCreek Dining Company, Tano Bistro, Taste of Belgium