Legacy of Love Tea Fundraiser
You love big. How do you make that your legacy?
Join us for an evening tea with friends and much inspiration.
Amidst the ambiance of violins playing, and the breathtaking view of downtown Raleigh as our backdrop, we invite you to join us for the delightful tradition of evening tea. You will experience a formal tea service, including tea sandwiches, delectable scones with jam, a selection of sweets, an assortment of tea served in fine china, beautiful linens, and gorgeous fresh flower centerpieces with pearls.
Our friend and Bible teacher Heather M. Dixon will speak on leaving a legacy of love. Also expect to hear from our Director and Founder, Cary Heise, and explore opportunities to support the ongoing mission of DFJ and some shopping of course!
Monday, May 13, 2019
The Glass Box
230 Fayetteville St 5th Floor, Raleigh
Dress: Dressy Casual
*The Glass Box only seats 45 people.
The Glass Box, photo NC Venues
“Scottish Grace’s tea service made me feel like royalty. I felt special and pampered. It was a moment where I could exhale and enjoy the rich tea, delicious scones, fine china, and beautiful linens.” Kristen Sydow, DFJ Co-Founder and Designer
Your ticket is 100% a donation to Designed For Joy. This event is given in memory of DFJ Board Member Krista Martin's father Douglas T. Evans. "A man who cherished his family, had a deep faith, and a strong sense of service to others. His unconditional love, wit, and wisdom is with me every day.”
About our speaker
Heather M. Dixon is an author Bible teacher who understands living with a story that is not easy. Diagnosed with an incurable and terminal genetic disorder that she inherited from her mother, she is passionate about encouraging and equipping women to trust in God, face their greatest fears, and live with hope, especially in the midst of difficult circumstances. She blogs at The Rescued Letters and her Determined: Living Like Jesus in Every Moment was just published!
Save your seat here. Be sure to grab a second ticket for a friend.
Many thanks to...
Scottish Graces will provide all linens, centerpieces, food, china, and tea.
Sing Music by Kerri Delair and Kelly Kiel
Photography by Traci Huffman Photography
Street parking or deck parking at Moore Square Alexander Square
The Glass Box is located in the Stockroom at 230 Building on the 5th floor.