CAMARILLO, CA – Ventura vocalist Loanne Wullaert is donating her time and talent to help raise funds for Interface Children & Family Services by presenting a special holiday concert, Canzoni Invernali Di Amore (Winter Songs of Love) on Tuesday, December 3, 2013, at 7:00 p.m. at the Ventura Theater. Wullaert, will be performing a collection of seasonal songs, including the holiday favorite, O Holy Night.
Wullaert, who first started singing and playing the piano when she was two years old, is excited that her holiday concert will raise money for Interface. “I was adopted by my mom and dad as an infant, and because of that I have always been aware of how lucky I am,” said singer Wullaert. “There are so many children in this world with no home, no parents, in desperate situations, without hope or love. I believe that you can change the world by making an impact on just one person and letting them know someone cares. So if I can raise money, or help get toys or shoes or whatever for just one child who has nothing, I am taking the steps to accomplish my goals and dreams to make this world a better place.”
A silent auction will also be held at the event as another way to raise money. There is a $10.00 suggested donation for the concert and ages 16 and under are FREE. Additional monetary contributions are also welcome. Attendees are encouraged to bring used shoes (any style, any size, any condition) to the concert to help Interface in their shoes collection fundraising efforts to help supply micro-enterprise programs to third world countries. To pre-purchase tickets or for more information visit: http://www.venturatheater.net.
Interface Children & Family Services is one of Ventura County’s leading nonprofit social service agencies. Founded in 1973, Interface works to prevent and heal the effects of child abuse, neglect and abandonment; domestic violence; family conflict and mental health issues. Through its many programs, the organization provides services for those on the social and economic margins of the community. Services focus on strengthening children, families and individuals to be safe, healthy and thriving members of Ventura County’s communities. Interface also operates the county’s most comprehensive domestic violence program, including shelter, support and counseling. The 2-1-1 Information and Referral Service, a 24-hour comprehensive helpline for available no-and-low costs county support services was pioneered and developed by Interface.
Serving approximately 26,000 individuals in the county annually, plus assisting people in need through the 2-1-1 Information and Referral Service, Interface offers effective solutions to the urgent needs of families and individuals in crisis. Through donations and grants from individuals and organizations, as well as by the work of dedicated volunteers and staff, this important work is sustained. For more information please contact Interface Children & Family Services, 4001 Mission Oaks Blvd, Suite I, Camarillo, CA 93012. Phone 805.485.6114. www.icfs.org.