The Philadelphia Union Foundation hosted their annual Cocktails and Cleats celebration last night at Vie Over 300 guests attended the event to raise awareness and money to combat challenges and promote opportunities of underserved children and young adults in the community. The evening started off with a cocktail party, where guests also bid on great items in the silent auction which included tickets to games and autographed items from local sports teams.
Brooke Queenan, Beth Devine and Amber Adamson
Guests then headed into the ballroom and were greeted by Mad Beatz Philadelphia Drumline who kicked off the dinner portion of the seated dinner and program. During the program two young people were honored for their commitment to the community – Shontae Burrows was honored for her work with Fair & Square, a fresh food market which operates under the Philabundence organization and Edward Baker, a 12 year old who has excelled in life after entering the Big Brother, Big Sister program and being matched with a Big Brother. After dinner guests were entertained by Comedy Sportz, the local improve group that keeps people in stitches.
Susan Tabas Tepper, Baron Tabas, Cooper Abraham and Carol Dailey
Carl Cherkin, VP Business Relations Phila Union, Dr. Vance Moss, and Shaun Gallagher, Phila Union
Casey McCrudden and Anna Bacovin
JP Dellacamera, Donna Dellacamera, Treasa Goodwin Smyth and Tommy Smyth
Paul Rushing, Head Athletic Trainer for Philadelphia Union, Kristen Rushing and Maruice Adu, Philadelphia Union midfielder
Adam Najem, Matt Bodiford, Jack Elliott, and Jay Simpson
Chelsea Coffey and Warren Creavalle
Derrick Jones, Anthony Fontana and Auston Trusty
Richard Sidell, Andrew Lovell, Kathryn Ott Lovell, and Bill Salvatore
Anita Oh, CBSPhilly and her brother Victor Oh
Grab your tickets for the 2018 season HERE