QUANADA to celebrate 40th anniversary with Ruby Masquerade Ball on Oct. 21 at One Event Venue


QUINCY — QUANADA will hold a ruby masquerade ball at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 21 at One Event Venue to celebrate its 40th year of helping survivors of domestic and sexual violence seek safety and begin healing.

The event will feature:

  • Elegant masquerade atmosphere: Guests are encouraged to don their most enchanting masks and attire, adding an air of mystique and charm to the evening.
  • Dinner and dancing: Indulge in delectable gourmet appetizers by Dunnbelly and Thyme Square and then dance the night away to live music performed by Jukebox Reloaded.
  • Champagne toast raffle: Enter to win exclusive items in our raffle including a ruby pendant necklace.

In a press release, Megan Duesterhaus, chief executive officer of QUANADA, said, “We can’t wait to celebrate with everyone who has played a part in our journey over the past four decades. Together we will recommit to fighting for a community where survivors are met with compassion, empowerment and justice.”

Tickets for the Masquerade Ball are $70 per person and are available for purchase at www.quanada.org.

All proceeds from the event will directly benefit QUANADA.

QUANADA is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering survivors of domestic and sexual violence by providing trauma-informed services while engaging the community. For the past 40 years, they have been committed to building a community that supports and helps heal survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Services include emergency shelter, transitional housing, counseling, support groups, legal/medical advocacy, 24-hour crisis hotline and community engagement and education.

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