Upcycled Dinner Party
The Orange County Market Place and Goodwill of Orange County are giving dinner a fashion-forward second chance with an Upcycled Dinner Party charity fundraiser on Thursday, October 11. Guests are invited to look good, while creating good at this community dinner showcasing the best finds from Goodwill of Orange County’s 24 stores and boutiques across the county.
Every event ticket includes drink vouchers during the cocktail hour, a family-style dinner, live music and entertainment, plus a $35 gift card to shop for a one-of-a-kind dinner outfit at one of Goodwill of Orange County’s many stores and boutiques across the county. Partygoers will have an opportunity to enter the best-dressed contest that evening for a chance to win a cash prize for the best Goodwill of Orange County inspired outfit.
The dinner will take place at Orange County Market Place, with place settings curated from Goodwill of Orange County stores, along with a selection of items from the vendors at the Orange County Market Place and upcycled candles created by EKP Creations.
Guests will have the opportunity to mingle with top Orange County influencers and bloggers while learning upcycling tips and tricks. Kate Keesee of Salvage Dior, affordable home styling influencer and Goodwill of Orange County ambassador, will speak about how to find one-of-a-kind home décor pieces to incorporate fun and fresh ideas to your home. Beth Jones of B. Jones Style, fashion influencer, YouTube creator and Goodwill of Orange County ambassador, will share her go-to stores and expert shopping tips to help style up your life.
Each ticket sold will positively impact the local community with 35% of the proceeds supporting Goodwill of Orange County’s mission of changing lives through the power of work. For more than 90 years, Goodwill of Orange County has been changing lives and creating opportunities for people facing barriers, including individuals with disabilities and veterans, to find purpose, dignity and pride. When you shop with Goodwill of Orange County, you walk out with more than a bag, you walk out knowing you’ve helped people find jobs in your community.