6th Annual Interface Love is Brewing

Saturday, May 11, was a beautiful day at Camarillo Ranch as the philanthropic community, business owners, and county leaders were treated to an inspiring program including a call to action by Meathead Movers’ CEO Aaron Steed and an original song written and performed by Karyn 805. Steed asked that business owners follow the lead of Meathead Movers “Move to end DV” by contributing to the fight against domestic violence through donations of services and resources to nonprofits like Interface. Their combined plea helped to net almost $150,000 to help heal and protect at-risk community members from the trauma of domestic abuse and human trafficking.

The 190 guests were treated to a cocktail reception, gourmet BBQ luncheon, and activities, including a poker card raffle, photos on a 1920s horse-drawn buggy, selfies with alpacas, silent and live auctions, and live entertainment. For more information, visit icfs.org.

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