Hope for Depression Research Foundation hosted a sip and shop during the Week of Hope where stores in Worth Avenue’s Via Bice donated a percentage of sales back to the foundation.
Worth Avenue was decorated in bright yellow balloons for the Hope for Depression Research Foundation’s Week of Hope.
On Feb. 12, Via Bice hosted a sip and shop where the via’s stores donated a percentage of sales back to the foundation.
The stores Cashmere Beach, Coastal Girls Co., David Chase Clothier, Eye of the Needle, J’da and Taglialatella Galleries provided refreshments and entertainment to guests throughout the day.
“It means so much to receive the Palm Beach community’s support and affirmation of our work,” HDRF’s Founding Chair Audrey Gruss said. “We are committed to defeating this debilitating illness that touches all of our lives, either directly or indirectly.”
The day concluded with cocktails and dinner at Bice restaurant. Guests included Luce Churchill, Kevin Condon, Eleanora Kennedy, Katherine Lande, Peter Lansing, Priscilla Rattazzi, Teresa Remez, Scott Snyder, Felicia Taylor and Lis Waterman.
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