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Saturday, May 6, at Ravinia Festival in Highland Park. All proceeds raised that evening help A Safe Place continue to provide lifesaving services for survivors and children of domestic violence. A Safe Place invites 400 wine and shoe enthusiasts to kick up their heels, sip varietals from some of the country's top winemakers, and shop the latest trends in a multi-designer marketplace. Wine Women & Shoes is a fundraising organization that creates events centered on luxury fashion, fine wines and charities in need. Over the last 10 years, they helped raise about $20 million for various women and family-related causes through the execution of more than 175 well-attended events across the country. The evening includes a fashion show, unlimited wine tastings and wine raffle, a "Key to the Closet" raffle, where the winner takes all clothing, accessories, cosmetics and gift certificates, live and silent auctions, a photo shoot area with a complimentary memento and the Shoe Guys. "This will be a special evening with wonderful wine, exceptional fashion, and a spectacular auction," said Pat Davenport, executive director of A Safe Place. "By purchasing a ticket, attendees are helping us continue to support the lifesaving efforts of domestic violence survivors and their children as they transform their lives." A Safe Place is the sole provider of services exclusively focusing on domestic violence victims. Through multifaceted programs, A Safe Place assists victims and their children in transforming their lives after domestic violence, prevents future abuse by addressing its root cause through abuser intervention programs, and educates the community about domestic violence and how we can all be involved in its end. Last year, A Safe Place served more than 13,000 community members.

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