This St. Patrick’s Day, the Creative Women of Pinnacle Peak (CWPP) are inviting the community to an evening of festivity and philanthropy at the Troon Country Club for their inaugural St Paddy’s Day Casino Night. Scheduled for March 17, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., the event promises an unforgettable night of gaming, gourmet dining, and generous giving, all set against the backdrop of one of Scottsdale’s most prestigious venues at 25000 Windy Walk Dr., in Scottsdale.

At $150 per ticket, guests will enjoy a fully catered evening featuring sumptuous dinner options and a selection of alcoholic drinks. The casino floor will come alive with the thrills of blackjack, roulette, and craps, where guests can try their luck and later exchange their winnings for chances to win prizes. Highlighted raffle items include fine dining gift certificates from establishments like The Capital Grille and Eddie V’s Prime Seafood, and the grand prize, a chef’s dinner for eight.

All proceeds from this event will directly support local organizations dedicated to aiding victims of sex trafficking, providing crucial resources for their recovery and reintegration into society. This cause is especially significant to the CWPP, a nonprofit group known for its commitment to volunteerism and its substantial contributions to women’s and children’s charities in the Scottsdale and Phoenix metropolitan areas.

Since its founding in 1991, the Creative Women of Pinnacle Peak has donated nearly $3 million to various local charities, thanks to the collective efforts of its members and the support from the community. With no administrative offices or paid employees, the organization ensures that 100% of the funds raised go directly towards programs that make a tangible difference in the lives of those they aim to help. These programs address a wide range of issues, from hunger and shelter to health, safety, and education.

CWPP emphasizes the importance of community support and the chance to come together and make a lasting impact in the lives of individuals who need it most.

Tickets are available for purchase online until March 13, but availability is limited. Those unable to attend but wishing to contribute can make a tax-deductible donation, with every contribution, big or small, being highly valued.

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