Our Mother’s Home hosts Chair-A-Tea Party

Our Mother’s Home is planning a Chair-A-Tea Party featuring lunch, entertainment, raffles and a silent auction of hand-painted chairs and artwork by local artists.

The third annual event will take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on April 5 at Bonita Bay Clubhouse in Bonita Springs. It will include tea, lunch and dessert, raffle prizes, a photo booth and live music performed by Luna Muni.

“The Chair-A-Tea Party has become such a popular event for Our Mother’s Home,” said Karen Watson, Executive Director. “Everyone enjoys the food and entertainment and the chairs and other artwork are amazing. There’s something for everyone.”

Donations of hand-painted chairs and other artwork are still being accepted. All chairs and artwork must be delivered to Our Mother’s Home by March 15. Register donations at: ourmothershome.com/chair-a-tea.

Tickets are $50 and can be purchased online at ourmothershome.com/chair-a-tea. Proceeds benefit Our Mother’s Home.

The mission of Our Mother’s Home is to keep teen mothers from foster care, human trafficking and other traumas together with their children in a safe, nurturing home. Through the Mentored Living Program, residents are provided with the education, life skills, parenting classes, physical and mental healthcare allowing them to become productive members of our community.

For more information, call 239-267-4663, visit the website ourmothershome.com or email info@ourmothershome.com.

About Our Mother’s Home of Southwest Florida, Inc.

Our Mother’s Home assists teen mothers and their children to transition from foster care and human trafficking to stable, happy, and productive lives by providing a safe and nurturing home, education, parenting support along with physical, mental and spiritual care. The vision is to end the repetitive cycle of foster care and generational poverty that afflicts teen mothers and their children. For more information, visit ourmothershome.com or call 239-267-4663.

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