The Junior League of Los Angeles hosted over 500 guests at its 17th Annual Harvest Boutique fundraiser on Sunday, November 20th, at the JW Marriott Los Angeles at L.A. LIVE.
Guests enjoying sparkling wine courtesy of ONEHOPE. Photo courtesy of Carin Yates Photography.
This year’s event featured a fun-filled day of shopping with over 50 unique boutique vendors, including Rebecca Taylor, Blushington, and Kendra Scott. The event also included a silent auction and gourmet-catered luncheon honoring award recipients and celebrating JLLA’s work in the community.
Guests finding out what they won at the silent auction. Photo courtesy of Dana Pepper Bouton Photography.
Jeanne Pritzker, Ness Okonkwo, Daryn Horton. Photo courtesy of Dana Pepper Bouton Photography.
Jeanne Pritzker, founder of Foster Care Counts, a non-profit organization that raises awareness and provides financial support to local agencies working to help foster youth, received this year’s Community Achievement Award. This year’s Spirit of Voluntarism Award honored Daryn Horton for her years of service to the Junior League of Los Angeles and the community-at-large, including serving as President from 1979-1980. JLLA members Christina Bangara and Maire Camille Evans served as co-chairs of the event.
Katie McCullough, Maire Camille Evans (event co-chair), Christina Bangara (event co-chair), Ness Okonkwo. Photo courtesy of Dana Pepper Bouton Photography.
The proceeds raised from Harvest Boutique are used to support JLLA and its community projects with Alliance for Children’s Rights, Children’s Bureau, Mar Vista Family Center and The People Concern.
Jan Kern, Jackie Anderson. Photo courtesy of Carin Yates Photography.
Jaclyn Campbell, Jackie McGrath, Kendra Berning. Photo courtesy of Carin Yates Photography.