Marrakech, Inc., a nonprofit human service organization based in Woodbridge, held its 16th annual Gala & Auction on Saturday, November 12, 2016 at the Toyota Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford. Over 250 guests attended. The event was chaired by Jennifer DelMonico, Esq. of Murtha Cullina and Bruce DelMonico of Yale University’s School of Management. Guests bid on hundreds of items in a silent auction and enjoyed music during the cocktail hour provided by Musical Intervention. A brief program and live auction was followed along with dinner and dancing to the music of Third Shift. Murtha Cullina, Attorneys At Law and L.H. Brenner, Inc. and Thompson Peck Insurance were title sponsors for the event. Proceeds from the successful evening will directly impact the people supported by the programs and services of Marrakech.
Marrakech, Inc. is a nonprofit human service organization that provides a broad array of supports to children and adults with and without disabilities throughout the state of Connecticut. This year marked Marrakech’s 45th year of service in the state. For more information, visit its website at www.marrakechinc.org.
Marrakech President & CEO, Heather LaTorra (left) with Honorary Chairs Bruce DelMonico of Yale University School of Management and Jennifer DelMonico, Esq. of Murtha Cullina (Photo Credit: Digi Von Douglas)