Sagewood Institute held PACE Collier Dress Collection Party

Sagewood Institute held a “Declutter and De-stress” dress collection party to benefit PACE Center for Girls – Collier on June 12 at Sagewood Institute located in Naples.

Guests enjoyed a wine and appetizer reception which included with raffles, drawings, and de-stressing demos that left everyone feeling pampered. Each person who donated a dress was also given a special gift certificate from Sagewood Institute.

Dresses collected at this event will be sold at the Collier County’s 9th annual PACE “Love That Dress!” event to be held August 23 at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort -Tiburon.

“We were happy to hold this event for PACE,” said Joaquin Hernandez, IMD, Sagewood Institute’s founder. “Our guests brought a total of 169 dresses and we raised over $500 with raffles and our donation; it was an honor to open our doors to this amazing organization.”

Sagewood Institute is committed to becoming a valued partner with various community organizations and offer to hold special events at their location free of charge.

PACE Center for Girls, Inc. provides girls and young women an opportunity for a better future through education, counseling, training, and advocacy. PACE is the only non-residential gender specific, not-for-profit intervention and prevention program for at risk girls in Collier County.

About Sagewood Institute: The focus of Sagewood Institute is health and wellness; bringing together expert physicians and practitioners from a variety of disciplines to help clients look and feel healthy as they age using cutting-edge research and techniques. Using in-person and tele-medicine consultations, the Sagewood Institute’s team will take a cohesive approach that will combine history, physical exam and laboratory results to develop highly personalized recommendations for a client’s healthy aging journey.

Sagewood Institute is located at 801 Anchor Rode Drive, Suite 304, in Naples. For more information or to make an appointment, please visit or call 239-434-9710.
This article was submitted by a Guest Author of the Above Board Chamber.