Better Makers: 15th Annual Catholic Charities d’Vine Affair Raises $130,000

On Sunday, Jan. 31, 450 guests raised $130,000 at the Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago 15th annual d’Vine Affair benefitting their self-sufficiency programs. In attendance were chair couples Joseph and Helen Glunz of Louis Glunz Wines and John and Erin Cohn, Executive Vice President/Director of Treasury Management at First Bank of Highland Park, as well as Catholic Charities President Monsignor Michael M. Boland. The event held a craft beer and premier wine tasting which showcased 250 different wines and more than seven breweries for guests to sample along with delicious hors d’oeuvres and desserts all at the Union League Club of Chicago.

Chicago Catholic Charities have been helping those in need for more than 98 years and assist more than 1 million people “without regard to religious, ethnic or economic background as they journey on their paths to self-sufficiency.”

Helen Glunz, John Schulz, Monsignor Michael Boland, Teddi Schulz & Joe (Sr.) Glunz
Helen Glunz, John Schulz, Monsignor Michael Boland, Teddi Schulz & Joe (Sr.) Glunz
Erin Cohn, Monsignor Boland & Jon Cohn of Chicago
Erin Cohn, Monsignor Boland & Jon Cohn of Chicago
WGN Anchor Dina Bair & John Maher of Wilmette
WGN Anchor Dina Bair & John Maher of Wilmette
Jazzmyne & Mike Montegomery of Chicago
Jazzmyne & Mike Montegomery of Chicago
Michael & Patti Satz of Northbrook; Scott & Jeanne Voight of Glenview
Michael & Patti Satz of Northbrook; Scott & Jeanne Voight of Glenview
Chris & Stephanie Riley of Libertyville
Chris & Stephanie Riley of Libertyville

 

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