The 3rd Annual Hearts on the Trinity, hosted by the VolunteerNow Young Leaders Council (YLC), returns to Trinity Groves for an evening of Dallas’ best bites and beverages and a celebration of volunteerism in North Texas. The event offers guests the opportunity to learn about giving back to the community while enjoying culinary creations from some of Dallas’ most popular eating and drinking establishments. The 2016 Hearts on the Trinity is Thursday, November 17, 6:00 to 8:00pm, at 3015 at Trinity Groves. Proceeds benefit VolunteerNow to expand volunteerism in North Texas.
The event location, 3015 at Trinity Groves, specializes in gourmet catering and overlooks the scenic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. This year’s event features tasty treats from several local venues including:
“Hearts on the Trinity is the perfect event for young professionals to network while giving back to the community,” said VolunteerNow CEO Tammy Richards. “The YLC is developing the next generation of philanthropists in Dallas. Their efforts go a long way in developing volunteer leaders who will make a stronger volunteer community in North Texas. “
As it completes its inaugural year, the VolunteerNow Young Leaders Council has more than 100 members. The YLC hosts several seminars and events throughout the year, including Leadership Briefings, service projects and socials. It serves as a pipeline of engaged and trained next-generation volunteer leaders, philanthropists, civic volunteers, nonprofit board members and community changemakers in North Texas. Its goal is to create and lead a stronger volunteer community in North Texas. For more information about the YLC or to learn how to become a member, visit their site.
“This is a great opportunity to get people engaged in the community, while also enjoying the offerings of some of the best local restaurants and breweries,” said Brooke Fedro, host committee co-chair and senior leader of cause marketing and philanthropy at JCPenney. “Hearts on the Trinity allows us to celebrate our volunteers and the impact VolunteerNow has had, while also raising awareness for local causes that still need our help.”
The event is open to the public. Tickets are $35 each or two for $50 and are available here.