Update on COVID-19: We have put our event on hold due to the CDC recommendation to cancel or postpone gatherings over 50 people for the next 8 weeks.  We have a Plan B for an event in the fall (date to be determined). All ticket sales will be honored and will secure your place for the new date. If you can’t attend the alternate date, we are happy to change your ticket purchase to a tax-deductible donation to PSS or refund you. Please consider buying your ticket now to reserve your place. Last Updated: 3/16/2020

Wine, Cheese and Chocolate Please!

10th annual fundraiser benefitting Project Self-Sufficiency


Friday, April 24, 2020 at 6:00 pm

The Resort at Pelican Hill


Buy TicketsBecome a Sponsor

Join us for our 10th annual fundraiser

All proceeds will go directly to client services, such as rental assistance and childcare. Help us reach even more OC families in 2020. Be a part of our mission to help low-income single parents graduate from college with the skills necessary to achieve economic independence. Unable to attend, but want to support Project Self-Sufficiency? Consider making a tax-deductible donation!

What Your Ticket Includes:

Cocktail hour


Silent Auction


  • Chicken or Vegetarian
Live Auction

Ticket Prices:

  • Early Bird – $125 (now until February 29)
  • Regular – $150 (March 1-March 30)
  • Late registration – $175 (April 1-17)

Our silent and live auctions promise to be exciting, loaded with valuable gifts and memorable trips such as:

  • 7-night stay in the Caribbean
  • Exclusive wine country weekend
  • Disneyland getaways with park admission/hotel stay
  • A spa day for two
  • Ride for 2 on the Goodyear Blimp
  • Tickets to the world-famous Magic Castle

Sponsorship Opportunities:

Please contact Maya at M.McElroy@pssoc.org for sponsorship opportunities. Click the button below to view our sponsorship packet.

Sponsored by:

Project Self-Sufficiency

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit

Tax ID #33-0597719

307 Placentia Ave, Suite 203 Newport Beach, CA 92663

Located inside the Melinda Hoag Smith Center for Healthy Living