Wings for Women Gala September 6th

Tucson, Ariz. (August 13, 2014) – Wings for Women, a community-funded Tucson organization that assists homeless women in several areas, including life skills development, education, parenting, employment and more, is holding a fall gala called “A Magical Night for Change” on September 6th. Personal injury firm Zanes Law is proud to host the event, which will be held at the DoubleTree by Hilton, located at 445 S. Alvernon Way, starting at 5 p.m.

Susan Burton, a 2010 CNN Top 10 Hero, will be a special guest, and elegant dining and entertainment will take place. All proceeds will benefit Wings for Women and its mission to support homeless children and women on their path to becoming educated and leading healthy, productive lives. Tickets for the event are $60 each if purchased by August 15th. If purchased after that date, ticket prices are $70 each. The master of ceremonies will be KVOA anchor Allison Alexander.

“Our ultimate goal is to help women achieve permanent housing and get their lives back on track,” said Nadia Valle, president and founder of Wings for Women. “By holding this exciting gala, we hope to bring in money to help meet our goals and make people more aware of our organization.”

Since the organization was founded in 2011, Wings for Women’s core programming has been supportive in taking small but significant steps toward re-establishing lives. The organization enables life plans, in addition to daily support with basic living skills and community re-integration. Wings for Women offers a variety of services designed to assist women in their journey towards independent lives in the community.

For more about Wings for Women and to purchase gala tickets, please visit WingsForWomenTucson.org.

ABOUT ZANES LAW

Zanes Law is an 11-year injury law firm in Southern Arizona, with a large practice in motor vehicle accidents and other injury cases. Founded in 2003, the firm is led by Doug Zanes, an Arizona injury lawyer, and (non-attorney) Entrepreneur Claudia Zanes, Leading the Business for 10 Years. Its attorneys have more than 50 years of combined experience in personal injury law. Zanes Law has three offices in Tucson and two in Phoenix, and prides itself on strong community involvement. More information is available by calling (888) 894-0135 or visiting ZanesLaw.com.


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