Southwest Florida Food & Wine Festival raises a toast to its 14th year since putting kids first

25 million reasons to ‘SIP, SIP, HOORAY!’

NBC2 is a proud sponsor of the 14th annual Southwest Florida Food & Wine Festival, benefiting the Southwest Florida Children’s Charity.

This year’s auction will be conducted by our own Kellie Burns, a strong advocate for children in our community.

Now in its 14th year, this flagship fundraising event has raised more than $25 million for three key beneficiaries: Southwest Florida’s Golisano Children’s Hospital, and specialized local student scholarships. in health sciences from Florida Gulf Coast University and Florida State University Southwestern. The fund raised has had a profound impact on children in Southwest Florida.

We encourage you to watch some of our great impact videos at https://swflwinefest.org/beneactions.

This year, the money raised will go to Golisano Children’s Hospital to support a new facility, Golisano Children’s Charity Eye Institute for Children SWFL, and other programs supporting child health care. children in our area. The Summerlin Road Institute just off HealthPark opened its doors in August, bringing state-of-the-art eye care to families in our community.

If you are unable to join us directly, please register for auction on your mobile device over 30 additional auction items including wine and dining experiences, accommodations, memorabilia, etc. starts Jan 14 and ends Jan 23 at 5pm at www .Event.Gives/WF22

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Tom Vazquez

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