SANTA ROSA BEACH, Fla.— Local non-profit, Fore Her, will host the 8th Annual Tea
Fore Her fundraiser presented by Emerald Coast Hospice on Sunday, March 6th from
12 to 3 p.m. at Clay 30A. Guests are encouraged to dress up and join friends for an
afternoon of tea, light bites and rosé in support of Fore Her’s mission to raise funds for
those battling breast cancer on the Emerald Coast.
“We are thankful for the support of our community and local businesses like Clay 30A
who allow us to hold events like the annual Tea,” Amy Walsh, founder of Fore Her, said.
“This year marks the 8th Annual Tea; however, it is the second year Clay has been
gracious enough to allow us to use their beautiful setting to help breast cancer patients
in Northwest Florida.”
Guests will enjoy a complimentary glass of Good Clean Wine Rose, cookies and tea in
the garden, along with a silent auction, live music and photo booth. Hats are
encouraged for a chance to win the “Best Hat" prize. Tickets are $50 per person and
$45 for breast cancer survivors. Gather your friends and join Fore Her for this signature
“Clay is very happy to host the Tea Fore Her again this year. We love supporting this
cause as many of its members are wonderful, personal friends of ours,” Anna Lisa
Daniel, owner of Clay 30A, said. “We love that Fore Her offers financial assistance to
those who are battling breast cancer as it takes some of the burden off the patients so
they can focus on healing. We look forward to a beautiful afternoon in the garden.”
For more information about Fore Her, to purchase tickets or become a sponsor, visit
www.foreher.org. Special thanks to our donors and sponsors: Emerald Coast Hospice,
Clay 30A, Jennifer Crawford of Own at the Beach Team, Shelley Albarado and Brenda
Whitwell of Edward Jones, Sweet Henrietta’s, Swiftly Catered, Good Clean Wine and
Waterhouse Provisions and Bottleshop.
Founded by Amy Walsh after her mother and aunt lost their battle with breast cancer,
Fore Her was initially conceived as an annual golf benefit to assist local women battling
breast cancer with the financial burden of the disease, but as the need grew, the
nonprofit expanded to host three annual events to raise funds to continue to support
those affected in Northwest Florida. Funds raised are used to provide temporary
assistance with bills such as mortgage or rent payments, utilities or helping pay for auto
repairs so patients can get to treatments.
Fore Her offers resources, hope, compassion and education for all who are affected by
breast cancer. Find additional information about volunteering, available resources, and
how you can help, visit ForeHer.org.