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Master Bath Makeover
$2,500 room design by Fred Reese, NV Design; $12,500 cabinetry by Knapp Supply; $5,000 labor from Scherrer Construction; $1,000 Delaware Glass shower door; $1,000 flooring allowance from BJ’s Flooring.

Cubs Fan Package
with handmade bar, four tickets to a Cubs game, and seats from Wrigley Field

Living Room Makeover 
$1,000 room design by Fred Reese, NV Design; Walls Furniture custom sectional; 55″ 4K TV; $1,000 Consumer Electronics surround sound; $1,000 from Heinztleman Hardwood floors; $2,500 from Walls Furniture custom area rugs; $1,000 from Abrams Painting.

Muncie Animal Care & Services Rescue Puppy 
Rescue puppy from Muncie Animal Care and Services that is current on all vaccinations and believed to be a 12 week old lab mix. Comes with Midwest Homes for Pets care package that includes crate, bed, and food bowls.
New this year, the puppy will now be included in the Silent Auction.

Mexican Villa “Aves Del Paraiso”
Mexican villa with 4 bedrooms / 5 baths 10,000 sq ft nestled on a cliff overlooking Mexican Pacific, on the Gold Coast. Includes staff of six, including a villa manager, 2 chefs, housekeeper, houseman/driver and a concierge; enjoy great tennis, golf, water sports and fishing.

Elevating the Maternal Treatment Program

Addicted Mothers and their Newborn Babies

  1. With your help, last year we were able to designate over $150,000 towards the opening of our Maternal Treatment Program, a team committed to helping drug-addicted mothers and their newborn babies. Since its opening in June, seven babies have been born and the program has reached capacity with over 30 women enrolled. At Rialzo IX, we’ll continue to raise additional funds for the Maternal Treatment Program so that we can serve more women and expand services.

Thank You to All Who Contributed Last Year at Rialzo VIII

  • 989attendees
  • $155Kdesignated toward the Maternal Treatment Program
  • 30women currently enrolled in the Maternal Treatment Program (capacity)
  • 7babies born with significantly reduced stays in the NICU