DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — There is a new hotel in Delray Beach and with it comes what promises to be quite a night of indulgence for a great cause.
Read on to learn about “Indulgence” and Achievement Centers for Children and Families.
Grab your girlfriends and meet at the new Hyatt Place in Delray Beach on Thursday, October 4th for an evening of extravagance at Indulgence, an exclusive women’s event catering to the woman within. This intimate gathering begins at 6 p.m. with hors d’oeuvres and wine amid live music and complimentary personal services ranging from mini massages and reflexology to henna art and this year’s most stylish hair and makeup trends. Guests will be able to shop among sought-after vendors featuring the latest in fashion, luxury jewelry and elegant accessories. Indulgence is Hyatt Place’s first charity event held at its new Delray Beach location in picturesque Pineapple Grove. Admission is $50 per person with funds benefiting the Achievement Centers for Children & Families, a nonprofit organization providing award-winning childcare and after school programs to over 700 of Palm Beach County’s most economically disadvantaged children and their families.
“This is the signature pampering event of the year,” stated Indulgence committee chair and owner of Your Best Fit, Christine King. “I’m thrilled to chair Indulgence as it gives me the opportunity to help women relax and have a blast while supporting the children and families of the Achievement Centers at the same time!”
Attendees will leave this night of blissful indulgence feeling revived and pampered, all in the name of a good cause working to enrich Delray Beach’s local community. For more information call Christine King at (561) 866-9068 or visit www.DelrayIndulgence.com.
ABOUT THE ACHIEVEMENT CENTERS: The Achievement Centers for Children & Families is a local nonprofit organization that provides a safe nurturing environment for children facing the highest risk of poverty, abuse, abandonment or neglect. The Center’s mission is to meet the academic, social, emotional and physical needs of low-income children while helping families break the cycle of poverty. Their award-winning services and nationally accredited programs serve 700 children and 350 adults. Services include quality toddler, preschool, after school, teen and family programs.
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