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Tickets Available for White Light White Night Gala

Aug 10, 2015 02:00PM ● By Dig Mb Staff

Guests enjoy White Light White Night.

A limited number of tickets are available for the 9th Annual White Light White Night, a fundraiser for the non-profit Walk With Sally that was started by Manhattan Beach resident Nick Arquette to provide healing and comfort to children debilitated by the emotional experience of living with or losing a parent, guardian, or sibling to cancer.

The red carpet, all-white event is set for Saturday, August 22 as inclement weather forced its reschedule from Saturday July 18. The annual gala is a highly anticipated evening of fun, friendship, and philanthropy that this year again is set atop the roof of The Plaza at Continental Park, l870 South Nash St., El Segundo. The gala goes from 5 to 11 p.m. 

Guests are encouraged to wear white for the evening of light, love, and laughter. Neil Diamond tribute band Super Diamond will provide entertainment and guests will enjoy gourmet bites from more than 20 restaurants, including The Strand HousePitfire Artisan PizzaSimmzy's, and Doma Kitchen, all from Manhattan Beach. Festivities will also include beverages and specialty cocktails from local craft breweries and boutique wineries.

The Beacon of Light Award, which honors individuals who give above and beyond year after year to help grow Walk With Sally’s mission, will be presented at the event. This year, the award will be presented to Todd Klawin of Our Media Group, LLC and South Bay Magazine for all of his hard work and support throughout the years.

Tickets to the 9th Annual White Light White Night are $200 for general admission. VIP tickets are priced at $400 and include access to VIP food and beverages along with an exclusive gift bag and special seating area. Tickets can be purchased online.

Walk With Sally brings comfort, support, and healing to its members through free of charge mentoring support programs and services that provide an emotionally safe environment for children to share their difficult experience with someone who has suffered the same. 

Arquette formed the organization to help youngsters get through the difficult experience of cancer in the family. His mother, Sally, the organization's namesake who was diagnosed with cancer, believed in the healing spirit of the color white. 

Globally, the color white is frequently aligned and imbued with symbolizing the ability to stimulate a person's own divine nature into healing one's self, known as the "White Light of Healing and Protection". In honor of that belief, Walk With Sally invites guests to come together on a beautiful summer night to celebrate hope, healing, and everyone that has come to battle cancer.

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