RANCHO SANTA FE — A fundraising event hosted by Alicia Jammer of the Jammer Family Foundation, Maria Barry of Le Dimora and Jolane Crawford of Jet Methods was held Sept. 28 at the Barry home in Rancho Santa Fe, to benefit the Jammer Family Foundation.
Guests mingled over champagne and appetizers while previewing the new line of Jimmy Choo 24:7 boots, shoes and handbags. A percentage of the proceeds from the event are being donated back from Jimmy Choo in support of the Jammer Family Foundation.
The event proceeds will directly impact the Jammer Family Foundation and a variety of organizations. “This was a very special evening to benefit our foundation and was the exclusive launch of the Jimmy Choo 24:7 boots and fall line in San Diego, considered the ‘Ultimate Boot Wardrobe’ by fashion forward followers,” Alicia Jammer said. “Jimmy Choo executives and managers from Beverly Hills, New York and others were in attendance to highlight the unique fall designs and assist with sales.” Event proceeds will in part support San Pasqual Academy’s Christmas Program.
Quentin Jammer and his wife Alicia devote much of their time and talent to their nonprofit organization. The Jammer Family Foundation philosophy embraces the belief that all children should be given the same opportunity to excel in athletics as well as academics, regardless of their resources. Their ultimate goal is to establish a solid support system to develop young leaders that will sustain a prosperous community. The Jammer Family Foundation engages in a wide variety of worthy causes in the San Diego community, including San Pasqual Academy, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), United Way, and more. For additional information, visit their website at www.jammerfoundation.org.
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