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Gin Blossoms Benefit Concert NOVEMBER 15 | BELLY UP TAVERN The acclaimed alternative rock band Gin Blossoms will take the stage for an unforgettable performance featuring the band's classic hits to benefit Adapt Functional Movement Center, a nationally renowned nonprofit integrative recovery center for people living with neurological injuries or diseases. The evening will kick off with laughter as a comedy act warms up the stage prior to the Gin Blossoms. Since 2018, the 6,500-square-foot Adapt Center in Carlsbad has been a beacon of hope for individuals living with paralysis, traumatic brain injuries, and neurodegenerative conditions such as ALS and multiple sclerosis. Founded by John and Melanie Monteith following Melanie's MS diagnosis, Adapt serves those who seek out its unique holistic program blending evidence-based physical rehab with mental wellbeing programs. adaptmovement.org/bellyup San Diego Dinner of Champions NOVEMBER 18 | LOEWS CORONADO BAY RESORT The San Diego Dinner of Champions, hosted by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, will entertain more than 300 attendees with a robust silent and live auction, premier opportunity drawings, and empowering mission moments from those affected by multiple sclerosis. This year, the black-tie optional event will recognize The Bresnick Family with the Hope Award and Bergelectric Charitable Foundation with the Impact Award for their longstanding contributions to the MS movement and outstanding philanthropy for the National MS Society. Funds raised from the gala will go toward cutting-edge research to stop disease progression and provide programs and services that assist those with MS to live their best lives. nationalmssociety.org/doc-san-diego e Silver Tea 2023 DECEMBER 5 | PRIVATE HOME IN LA JOLLA Join friends of St. Germaine Children's Charity to kick off the holiday season for the 39th annual Silver Tea from 1-4pm to benefit children and youth in San Diego. St. Germaine Children's Charity is committed to stopping child abuse and improving the lives of abused and neglected children in San Diego County. By awarding grants to organizations that further this mission and by hosting programs throughout the year that educate and raise awareness of child abuse and neglect, St. Germaine Children's Charity helps to build a stronger community. Event proceeds further the organization's mission to help San Diego's abused and neglected children through annual grant awards. stgermainechildrenscharity.org Hands Across Borders DECEMBER 1 | HYATT REGENCY LA JOLLA AT AVENTINE Global Communities' signature annual event will celebrate the organization's work promoting positive youth development and maternal and child health in underserved communities throughout San Diego. Local programs engage youth to increase their resilience to exploitation and violence, including human trafficking, and support pregnant mothers to ensure they have healthy pregnancies, safe births, and resources in place to ensure their newborns have a healthy start to life. This year, in addition to focusing on the organization's work in San Diego, the event will also highlight women and girls' programs in India. Global Communities (then Project Concern International) began work in India more than 20 years ago and today improves the health and wellbeing of millions of people in the country. As part of this year's Hands Across Borders celebration, local community leader Sushma Patel will chair the gala in collaboration with philanthropist and honorary co-chair Haida Mojdehi. 858.206.9659, globalcommunities.org/handsacrossborders Attend benefits Wendy Segall and Kathryn Stephens ranchandcoast.com 30 NOVEMBER 2023 RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE

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