On August 18th, 1920 the 19th amendment was ratified by the US government, finally allowing women to vote for the first time.
Join us 100 years later as we travel back in time to the days of speakeasies, flappers, and roaring parties! Support women and children experiencing homelessness on their journey to economic freedom by joining us for a 1920's Gatsby-themed fundraiser for Clare House!
Live music, food, and gambling game tables will be available all night with the centerpiece of our live appeal, The Utilitree, being the driving force for the fundraising.
Each admission gains you access to heavy hors d'oeuvres and open bar all night. So don your sharpest attire and come out to help support women and children experiencing homelessness with a good 'ole fashioned party. It’s been 100 years—help us celebrate all that women have accomplished, while we press on to support the unique needs of all women and children as our communities evolve.
We want you to know that you can double down, and put your money on us—because The House (Clare House) Always Wins. And when the House wins, homelessness loses.