Wednesday, November 25, 2015

DIFFA/Dallas Holiday Wreath Collection 2015

Touch your mouse to the image below to scroll through a gallery of images for this event: DIFFA/Dallas Holiday Wreath Collection 2015 photos provided by DIFFA Dallas

Chaired by Warren Wetzel, and the DIFFA/Dallas Board of Trustees, the annual DIFFA Holiday Wreath Collection took place on November 12 at Expressions Home Gallery in the Design District. DIFFA/Dallas patrons mingled amongst over 70 one-of-a-kind wreaths designed by Neiman Marcus, Stanley Korshak, Design Within Reach, Jan Barboglio, Avant Garden, Swoon, Cebolla, Michael’s, Pettigrew, Arhaus, Sissy’s Southern Kitchen, Roma Boots, Molton Brown, Tata Harper, Lucky Dog Barkey, Allan Knight Showroom, Arteriors, Lynch Creek Farm and many more. A few of the notable DIFFA supporters that turned out to support the cause were Steve Kemble and Chad Collom, Imran Sheikh, LeeAnne Locken, Brittanie Oleniczak, Chuck Steelman and Scott Kehn, Tiffany Hendra, Lynae Fearing, Clint Bradley and Darin Kunz, Lisa Garza and Simona Beal who sipped, noshed, browsed and bid on the amazing collection of wreaths available for auction. In addition to finding the perfect holiday wreath, patrons were able to get first dibs on select and most sought after tables for May 2016's House of DIFFA: Circo Rouge. DIFFA/Dallas focuses on raising and granting funds to organizations that fight HIV/AIDS by providing preventive education programs targeted to at-risk populations, treatment and direct care services for people living with or impacted by the disease, and that support public policy initiatives which add resources to private sector funds. DIFFA/Dallas plays a major part in this HIV/AIDS funding initiative, and is the Foundation’s largest and most successful chapter in the country. DIFFA/Dallas has provided funds to over twenty-five frontline AIDS Service Organizations in North Texas, which service over 23,000 men, women, and children in the area who are living with or are affected by AIDS. For more information, please visit