What’s New: Diner Auction Event Raises $ 170,000 for SCAN |


Progressive Dinner and Auction Chair Kay Tyler (left to right), SCAN CEO Jeanine Harper and Progressive Dinner and Auction Co-Chair Cindy Joyce at the 13th Annual Progressive Dinner.

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Over 300 community members gathered on April 18 for the 13th Annual Progressive Dinner & Auction to benefit Greater Richmond SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now).

Guests gathered for sundowners and a live auction at the home of Caroline and Marshall Morton before being transported to one of the many restaurants around Windsor Farms, Westmoreland Place and the West End.

At the end of the evening, guests gathered at the Tuckahoe Woman’s Club for dessert, dancing and a silent auction.

“It has been a real pleasure to work with such a talented group of men and women who are committed to SCAN, helping children who have suffered abuse and neglect and trying to prevent it in the future. Said Kay Tyler, SCAN board member. member and president of the event. “I am grateful to everyone for their various contributions which made this event a fun event and a great success. “

This year’s title sponsor was Bon Secours Health System.

The event raised over $ 170,000 for SCAN’s five programs. Last year, SCAN reached 1,060 children and 1,908 adults who have been affected by child abuse and / or neglect, in addition to reaching over 80,000 people through its prevention efforts.

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