Attend an Event

Wine, Women & Shoes

Come kick up your heels and toast to Opportunity House for a fun evening of bidding, shopping, nibbling and wine tasting!

When: June 6, 2024

Where: DoubleTree by Hilton in Reading (Click here for directions)

Tickets go on Sale Feb 13, 2024!!!

For More Information and Sponsorship Opportunities, Please Contact:

• Stacy Perlaki, Director of Development
• Email: sperlaki@opphouse.org or text: 570-640-6986

Wine Women and Shoes Event

Golf Event

golf event

Join us for a beautiful day out on the links to benefit Opportunity House at the Berkshire Country Club.

Registration and lunch is at 11:00 am, Shotgun start will begin at Noon, Outdoor cocktail reception at 5:00 pm.

• When: Monday, June 24th 2024
• Where: The Berkshire Country Club, Reading PA

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FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:

• Stacy Perlaki, Development Director
• Email: sperlaki@opphouse.org or phone: 610-374-4696, ext. 231

Garden Party Event

Garden Party Event

Every year Opportunity House has a Garden Party and pitches a huge tent in the grass next to our community garden. This party celebrates our clients’ harvest and includes a free dinner with live music. Join the Opportunity House family as we thank the garden’s supporters and celebrate the bounty grown by our clients and neighborhood gardeners.

When: Thursday, September 21st 6:00-8:00 PM
Where: Community Garden across from Opportunity House (Beech Street at North Second Street)
Cost: FREE – Meal Courtesy of the Penn State Master Gardeners and Reformation Lutheran Church

To reserve your seat(s), please RSVP. And bring a dish to share if you wish!

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FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:

• Charlotte Jones, Development Specialist
• Email: cjones@opphouse.org or phone: 610-374-4696, ext. 234

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