Avenue of Hope Gala – Lurana Shelter Society

Every 9 seconds a woman is abused. Working with Lurana Shelter Society on their “Avenue of Hope Gala”, we helped create an impactful guest experience as we joined in solidarity against domestic violence. In our first year of taking over the event management, we are proud to have been part of record breaking fundraising achievements of over $100,000 that evening, with the support of a first-ever sold out capacity crowd of over 400 guests. Working with local award winning artist Fender Case alongside singers from Visionary College, we created a melodic and catchy audio brand marketing video that highlighted key partners, and shared Lurana’s story of domestic violence through the power of music


For the first time ever, we helped bring a sold-out capacity crowd of over 400 guests to the Avenue of Hope Gala

Record-breaking fundraising achieved for the organization of over $100,000.

Created a custom designed hand-crafted art installation for the stage that was a home with stain glass windows. 

The primary objective of creating custom art installations to elevate this year’s annual “Avenue of Hope Gala’ was to create a more immersive experience for guests in sharing the story of Lurana Shelter Society and the women and children they have supported who have been impacted by domestic violence. I-D Bohemia designed a stained glass house which represented this year’s Gala theme, ‘Light The Way Home,’ as light represents safety and is symbolic of hope. This featured installation and other custom décor pieces also incorporated this stained glass motif as it pays homage to the Franciscan Sisters of the Atonement.