Youth On Their Own (YOTO) is a dropout prevention program that supports the high school graduation and continued success of homeless, unaccompanied youth in Pima County. Alyssa's housewarming party helped raise over $350 to support their efforts!
The guests at our afternoon bohemian brunch brought so much love to the table (or the back yard in this case)! We had so much fun celebrating with Alyssa R. Padilla, who just bought her first home (it also happens to be the cutest one). Built in 1942, the home was named the "Bell House" by the Allen Family and is made with adobe, wrought iron bells, and an iconic Tucson teal door. She recently planted a lemon tree, added desert flowers, and is renovating the guest house (which is sure to be just as adorable). The party highlights: Sopapillas, Beermosas, + pallet tables. Congrats Alyssa!