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There will be Prize Drawing Packages


& Prize Tickets (offered separately)


GFWC Naples Woman’s Club Committee Members are a part of the Fundraising Department and work together to provide a lovely evening while supporting the philanthropies of the Club.




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9th Annual Dining For Philanthropy 

Date: Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Time: 6pm – 9pm


Dining for Philanthropy is a signature dinner event, offering an evening of fun, food and good fellowship. The event is  the first Wednesday in March each year. Gracious dinner hosts provide a themed dinner in their private home. Dinner includes a salad, entree, dessert and cocktails.  Each of the homes offers an opportunity to dine in a unique setting and have fun meeting new people.  Proceeds benefit Community Service Awards and Student Scholarships.


Dinner Reservations & Suggested Donation per person

Contact Chair Kathy Noer @  kgolfer39@comcast.net

for more information.


Choice of dinner location by invitation only.  

Dinners are assigned on a first paid basis starting early January. An RSVP email will confirm your dinner location.



2018 DFP Sponsors


Diamond Sponsor $5,000

Roberta and Wally Barr 


Gold Sponsors $1,000

Nancy & Ken Quinter


John R. Wood Properties &

Susan Mehas


HVS Laboratories, Inc. &

Valerie Kratz  


Laurie & Bob Champion


Stephanie White-Trivas


Moran Edwards Asset Management Group


 Silver Sponsors $500

Janice Crozier


Sheila McHale


Risk Management Insurance


Bronze Sponsors $250

Tridy & Skip Albrite


Lee & Tim Kraus


Hostess & Sponsor Gifts

 Designed & Painted by Edythe Newbourne



to the Dinner Hosts:


Valerie & Rick Woodworth, Patti & Jack Stentz, Nan & Mark Goebel, Nancy & Ken Quinter with Marcia Detweiler, Thelma & Bud Negley, Hina Sanghvi, Erika Terebienic & Mary Cathy Smith, Jenny & Rich Housh, Patti & Marty Adams, Colleen & Ed Mayes, Carolyn & Jim Medema, Chris & John Plaisted, Kristin & Greg Ostrander, Stacy & David Vermylen


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"Jack and Patti Stentz put on one of the best dinner parties ever for DFP. The house rocked with oldies played by the group Bonita City Limits (the band's new name) and everyone was dancing in the moon light!  The food was as fabulous as the music--chocolate martinis, lovely appetizers, steaks, potatoes, carrots, and America's favorite apple pie ala mode.  The gracious hosts kept the dinner party lively from dance contests to trivia games. What a night to remember."  Josie Guenther, Co-VP of Fundraising & attendee (see pictures below)

Nan and Mark Goebel hosted "Bliss on the Bay" event. (see pictures below)

Carolyn and Jim Medema hosted "An Evening in Paris" event. (see pictures below)

Kristin and Greg Ostrander and Stacy and David Vermylen were hosts of "Dinner with the Oscars" event. Kristin and Stacy are pictured here with Chef Franco Sampogna. (see pictures below)

Jenny and Rich Housh and Patti and Marty Adams hosted "A Saint-Tropez Evening on Naples Beach." (see pictures below)

Nancy and Ken Quinter hosted "Sunset, Seafood, and Serenade" event. Nancy and Ken are pictured in second row, left. (see picture below)

We had 10 homes for Dining for Philanthropy with themes ranging from Swedish to French to American Bandstand.


There were over 100 diners participating in the event and we raised over $30,000 for our scholarships.


Next year’s DFP will be held on March 8, 2019. If anyone is interested in hosting a dinner please contact Kath Bergin thru the NWC office.


Kathy Noer, DFP Chair