Larchmont Friends of the Family Announces Spring Gala
Larchmont Friends of the Family (LFOF), a local not-for-profit volunteer organization that has been actively and quietly helping families in the Westchester community for more than 20 years, has announced that their 2023 Spring Gala will be held at Beach Point Club on Thursday, March 16, 2023 at 6:30pm.
“We are thrilled to be hosting this event in person after a three-year hiatus due to Covid-19!” said Tina Sadarangani, President of Larchmont Friends of the Family. “Our annual fundraising events have been sold out in years past, and we’re excited to welcome 300 guests to join us again, many of whom are neighbors who have recently moved to the area since 2020 who want to learn more about what we do.”
Guests in attendance will enjoy refreshments, light bites, a silent auction and live music from local band Downstate Darlings. The guest speaker at the event will be Naomi Brickel, who will share how LFOF helped support and lift her up after the unexpected death of her teenage son, Adam.
“We are neighbors helping neighbors in a meaningful way,” said Emily Bender, Fundraising Chairperson for Larchmont Friends of the Family. “We are so appreciative of all of the amazing work our volunteers are doing to help others, and extremely grateful for all of our donors who are equally essential to our mission of assisting our neighbors in getting through difficult times.”
All Westchester community members are invited to join Larchmont Friends of the Family at the gala by purchasing tickets by mailing a check to:
Larchmont Friends of Family
P.O. Box 74
Larchmont, NY 10538
Larchmont Friends of the Family (LFOF) was founded in 1997 by several Larchmont residents who had suffered severe illnesses in their own families. The generous help they received from neighbors and friends was invaluable, uplifting, and transformative. It made them realize how meaningful and necessary community support can be during a time of crisis, and a wonderful idea took root. Since then, LFOF has been actively and confidentially helping local families through difficult times. Today, LFOF is a focused organization with more than 200 volunteers, and they have helped close to 100 families cope both financially and emotionally.
They are neighbors helping neighbors. Larchmont Friends of the Family is a local not-for-profit volunteer organization that has been actively and quietly helping families in the community for 20 years. Established by compassionate residents, the group offers practical and financial support to those who have been faced with a medical crisis or loss. They hope to bring back a sense of normalcy to the family life in any way and their door is always open.
For more information, visit http://www.larchmontfriendsofthefamily.org/ or follow @larchmont_friends_of_family on Instagram, @Larchmont Friends of Family on Facebook or @LarchmontFriendsoftheFamily on LinkedIn.