Get an exclusive look inside four of the most exquisite estates in Santa Barbara and Montecito
WHAT This Saturday (June 10th), PATH Santa Barbara will introduce the Making It Home Tour – a fundraiser unlike any other on the Central Coast, where guests will get an exclusive look into four of the most elegant homes and estates in Santa Barbara and Montecito, all in support of ending homelessness. This unique event will feature a guided tour through four luxury area homes, with transportation aboard historic Santa Barbara trolleys. Each stop will feature food and wine pairings from exclusive chefs and local restaurants. The celebration will continue with a reception at Cabana Home in Santa Barbara, where guests will enjoy raffles and a wide variety of exciting food and drink.
PATH Santa Barbara’s Making It Home Tour will bring PATH supporters, volunteers, and staff together to celebrate the meaning of home, while raising funds to ensure our homeless neighbors have the opportunity to make it home themselves.
WHEN Saturday, June 10, 2017
Home Tour – 2-5pm
Reception – 5-7pm
WHERE Cabana Home – 111 Santa Barbara St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Valet drop off/pick up and reception
HOMES The Graholm Estate (formerly Brooks Institute), hosted by Anne and Allen Sides; 28,000 sq. ft. historic private estate, former site of Brooks Institute of Photography
The Top of the G (Granada Penthouse), hosted by Meg and Dan Burnham
Rare, exclusive penthouse access
Shangri-La, hosted by Jodi and Johnny Goldberg
Lush, exotic indoor/outdoor Bali-inspired getaway
Sandcastle on Miramar Beach, hosted by Nina Terzian
Gracious coastal retreat
SPONSORS Cabana Home, Boone Graphics, MarBorg Industries
805 Living, Santa Barbara Independent (media)
ABOUT PATH Santa Barbara is addressing homelessness for individuals and the community. Our interim housing facility is dedicated to helping homeless individuals access the services they need to improve their health, increase their income, and transition to stable housing – all under one roof. PATH Santa Barbara was formerly Casa Esperanza Homeless Shelter. Casa merged with PATH on July 1st, 2015. Since the merger, PATH has provided shelter to 1,413 homeless residents, secured employment or increased income for 285 individuals, and helped over 187 of our homeless neighbors move off the streets and into permanent homes.