Sanctuary House is pleased to announce the launch of ticket sales for its highly anticipated gala, Musical Moods. Set to take place on March 2 at Temple Emanuel, this year’s event promises to be an unforgettable night of Motown magic, featuring the sensational Motor City Revue. More than 400 guests attend each year.
Celebrating its 17th year, Musical Moods has become a cornerstone event that unites the community in a celebration of Sanctuary House’s mission, centered around mental health wellness in the Triad. The gala is particularly poignant this year, with the Ronemus family serving as the event chairs, sharing a powerful message born from their own personal journey.
“We are privileged to serve as this year’s chairs for Sanctuary House’s Musical Moods event. Losing our son to mental illness has motivated us to open up about our experiences, offering hope and resources to other families grappling with similar challenges,” explains Millie and Bill Ronemus.
This special evening is not just about entertainment; 100% of the proceeds will generate crucial operational funds for Sanctuary House and create a supportive space for open conversations about mental health. Jodi Lorenzo, CEO and Executive Director of Sanctuary House, highlights the broader impact they hope to achieve through Musical Moods.
“Mental illness touches us all in different ways, and with Musical Moods, we aspire to foster an environment where music can connect us to community. We’re always singing at Sanctuary House that through education and support, we can continue to break the stigma of mental illness. Let’s cultivate wellness and celebrate what is right with each unique individual,” says Lorenzo.
Guests will have the opportunity to connect with individuals who have directly benefited from Sanctuary House’s diverse programs. These personal stories serve as compelling testaments to the positive influence that mental health support can have on individuals within our community.
The fundraising gala is scheduled for March 2 at Temple Emanuel, located at 1129 Jefferson Road in Greensboro. Tickets, priced at $125 per person and inclusive of one drink ticket, can be purchased online at SanctuaryHouseGSO.com.