Thaw Out the Night Cocktail Party and Benefit on Wednesday, January 11 at 7:30 pm
Kick off a shiny new year and get warm amid the glitter and melting ice sculptures at Philadelphia’s most talked about cocktail party and benefit! Mosey to the Main Line to view the stars at the Thaw Out the Night Cocktail Party and Benefit.
Your New Year’s resolutions align as everyone joins in the excitement while bidding on a dazzling array of treats: a personal visit with the producers and actors of “The Good Wife” TV Show, autographed Eagles footballs, a year of in-home massages, French First Growth Bordeaux, a day driving race cars, and many more auction items will be awarded to generous bidders.
Come to party, network, or find your next hot date at this unforgettable night. Business leaders and super star professionals gather to savor dark chocolate fondue and sip delectable wines in our Historic 1898 Landmark setting on the Main Line.
Reserve your demitasse cup of spiced cider now because there’s only space for 150 at this standing room only event. All proceeds benefit the Take Back Night Foundation in supporting victims of abuse and violence. For more information, tickets, and a listing of the amazing auction items, visit https://takebackthenight.dojiggy.com.
More about Take Back The Night Foundation
The TBTN Foundation is a 501(c)3 charity, formed in 1999 by main line resident Katie Koestner, who appeared on the cover of TIME Magazine at age 18 as the first woman to speak out nationally and publically as the victim of date rape. Take Back The Night seeks to end sexual violence in all of its forms including sexual assault, sexual abuse, dating violence, and domestic violence. TBTN empowers survivors in the healing process and inspires responsibility in all. Our goal is to create safe communities and respectful relationships through awareness events and initiatives.
Katie has appeared on the The Oprah Winfrey Show, NBC Nightly News, CNBC Talk Live, CNN, Larry King Live, Good Morning America, Later Today, MSNBC, Entertainment Tonight and other national television programs. She is the subject of an HBO movie and has lectured at over 1700 schools in North America. In 2010, the US Ambassador to India invited Katie to keynote and lead a 19 day campaign in India to raise awareness about Violence Against Women.
TBTN Quick Facts
Earliest Documented US TBTN Event: 1976, in Philadelphia
Number of Participating Colleges and Communities: Between 550 and 685 annually
Number of People Involved to Date: over 5 million
Annual Participation in Events: over 250,000
Number of Countries outside the US Holding Events: 15