In honor of their daughter Pyper, the Stillman Family presents their inaugural Peeper Pyper’s Party, taking place at the Arizona Jewish Historical Society on Sunday, February 27, 2022 from 9AM - 12:30PM PST to raise funds and awareness for the Familial Dysautonomia Foundation.
The event is open to all, hosted by five-time Emmy award-winner Mr. Nick Ciletti, Morning Anchor at ABC15 Arizona, and will feature a Scavenger Hunt (led by OAC Experience), Live DJ (Rai Verma), Bouncy House, Pony Rides, Food trucks (Kona Ice, Wiener Wagon) and other treats, a Mimosa bar for the grown-ups, Live and Silent Auctions (Auctions by Subyn) featuring amazing and unique prizes.
Visit p2p.onecause.com/pypersparty to find more information.
View the video below.
Bid prizes include: trips, jewelry, art, unique experiences, sports tickets and more!
Proceeds benefit the FD Foundation
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