Join us for an evening together, benefitting North Star of Chester County’s mission helping hardworking single parent families avoid homelessness and achieve financial independence.
Please look forward to a restaurant experience with friends and family. Our three course menu includes traditional, gluten free, vegetarian, and vegan options, alongside your choice of red or white wine pairings per course.
Diners may also purchase a bottle of their favorite wine pairing from their table. A cash bar is available for cocktails and beer or you may ask your server.
Throughout the evening, feel free to browse and bid on our fabulous silent auction or try your luck at our Wine Pull!
Proceeds from wine pairing bottle purchases, silent auction,
and Wine Pull benefit North Star of Chester County.
Thank you to our Event Sponsors!
Sunday, October 10, 2021
To ensure a seamless check-in process,
please arrive on time.
Due to our unique venue space, there is limited seating capacity for this event and all ticket purchases must be completed online. When purchasing tickets, please select one of the three available arrival times for your dining experience. You may also enter the names of individuals with whom you prefer to be seated. Make sure your friends and family purchase tickets for the same time and indicate they would like to sit with you too!
Guidelines for mask use, regardless of vaccination status, will be followed.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there event sponsorship opportunities?
Yes! We currently offer Platinum, Gold, and Silver sponsorships. Each sponsorship tier comes with its own perks including additional tickets, your name or company logo on event signage, promotions, and more. CLICK HERE TO BECOME A SPONSOR
How do I participate in the auction?
To bid on the silent auction, text the keyword DINNER2021 to 76278 and register to participate.
Can I bid on the auction even if I did not buy a ticket?
Absolutely. You may participate in the silent auction even if you did not purchase a ticket. Simply text the keyword and register to bid, when the auction is live. You may also view items, register, and place bids at our dedicated auction page.
Thank you for your support!
The past year has forced all of us to be more conscious of our health. We understand homelessness is a public health issue and by helping families remain in their homes, out of shelters, we are working to keep them as safe and healthy as possible. Our role in the health and well-being of our families has become more apparent as the pandemic continues because the working poor cannot afford to be sick. We are thankful to report that no families in our program faced eviction during the pandemic.
One of our hardworking moms, “Anita,” was hospitalized with an infection following the birth of her second baby. Single moms like Anita, in low-paying or essential jobs, do not receive the amount of paid sick leave, much less paid maternity leave, to weather emergencies such as this. Our rental assistance helped keep her family in their home, so she can focus on getting better instead of worrying about an eviction. In addition to financial support, North Star recently provided grocery gift cards and cleaning supplies.
Essential workers can’t work from home, making the possibility of a positive COVID case more likely. “Natalie” was in this position this spring. In addition to worrying about how her asthma may affect her recovery, she worried how she would remain current in her rent while missing two weeks of work. Without a safety net, families like Natalie’s could be in serious jeopardy, through no fault of their own. Natalie continues to receive our rental assistance to avoid issues with her rent.
We were thrilled to learn that one of our program participants, “Lauren,” has been accepted into the Habitat for Humanity program and is on her way to being a first-time homebuyer. After successfully completing the Housing Partnership of Chester County Program, improving her credit score, and enrolling in Open Hearth’s Savings Program, Lauren reached her goals. She begins her “sweat equity” this summer with plans to move into her new home this fall.