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Wine Tasting Raises $62,000 for Moorestown Community House

A sold out crowd of 500 people helped the organization stage a record fundraiser.

Photo Credit: The Moorestown Community House
Photo Credit: The Moorestown Community House
The ninth annual Moorestown Community House wine tasting hosted a sellout crowd of 500 people and raised a record amount $62,000.

ShopRite Wines and Spirits of Cinnaminson provided a wide array of beer and wine for the event, and Due Amici prepared and served a wide array of hors d’oeuvres. The Smoking Dog provided cigars for the Cigar Bar.

One person won 16 $200 gift certificates to local restaurants and there were a wide array of items donated during the silent auction items including Eagles tickets, a signed Giroux jersey and a Pocono Vacation House.

Proceeds from the Wine Tasting allows the Moorestown Community House to continue offering subsidized space to more than 72 non-profits and organizations that use their home for charitable causes.

It also allows the group to sponsor community events such as the Tree Lighting Celebration and Summer Movie Nights.

The home thanked all its sponsors, including: Bayada Home Health Care, Holman Automotive, Eastern Lift Truck, Long & Foster, Panther Technologies, Inc., Wilmington Trust, M&T Bank, Merriken Financial Group, Inc., TD Bank, Kulzer & DiPadova, P.A., Thomas Edison State College, Hyperion Tree Service, Esposito Dentistry, Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice, A&M Landscape Management, State Farm-Cary M. Brown Insurance Agency, Inc., HbK, McCarter & English, MoorArts, Samowitz Foundation, RHOADS Metal Works, Inc., Motorcar Colors, Lewis Funeral Home, Cook & Maran, Capehart Scatchard, Tickner Wealth Advisors, The Evergereens, Liberty Bell Bank, Rocco’s Collision and Aileen Konzelman.

For more information on the Moorestown Community House, visit www.thecommunityhouse.com.

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