NAPLES, Fla. /Florida Newswire/ — Sunlight Home’s Annual Benefit Dinner, chaired by Mrs. Jean Beauchamp, will be held on Nov. 4, 2017 at the Naples Sailing and Yacht Club. This year’s honored speaker is Jennifer O’Neill, internationally acclaimed model, actress, author, producer and Pro-Life Spokesperson.
Guests will be welcomed at 5:30 p.m. for the social hour, followed by the dinner program.
A signed copy of Ms. O’Neill’s book, “Surviving Myself” (ISBN: 978-0997265828) will be raffled off at the dinner. Entertainment will be provided by “Souvenir Band.”
The dinner tickets are $100 per person. Seating is limited.
For reservations please contact Linda Hale, Executive Director, (239) 352-0251, Linda_Lee_Hale@yahoo.com.
Jennifer O’Neill is the Spokesperson for the International “Silent No More” Awareness Campaign – a non-denominational, non-political, post-abortion healing organization, and shares her own experience of being forced into an abortion at an early age, and the life crises she faced in the aftermath, including substance abuse, severe depression and attempted suicide.
Jennifer has been a passionate fundraiser for hundreds of Crisis Pregnancy Centers and Maternity Homes all across America that give women the ability to choose life for their babies. She has been awarded numerous awards, including the Defender of Life Award for her generous and courageous support of the sanctity of life.
Jennifer appears regularly on radio and T.V shows on behalf of LIFE, has hosted documentaries highlighting youth with regard to abortion, and has addressed the U.S. Senate and Congress concerning the devastating aftermath of abortion, and championing the cause for helping “at risk” single mothers in crisis both before and after giving birth. Jennifer continues to march in Washington D.C. and around the country in support of LIFE.
About Sunlight Home:
For the past 23 years, Sunlight has been “Saving and Changing Lives.” It is the only long term residential maternity home, plus transitional housing facility in Collier County that serves “at risk” homeless, abused and abandoned pregnant women and teens living in deep poverty both before and after giving birth. Their faith based “Rays of Hope” maternity program and “Transition to Hope” transitional housing program are designed to give single mothers and their children a path to a bright future of independence and financial responsibility, whether they parent or choose an adoption plan.
For more information about Sunlight Home, contact Linda Hale, Executive Director, (239) 352-0251, Linda_Lee_Hale@yahoo.com or visit their website at http://sunlighthome.org/.