Ann Hand and Innocents at Risk Holiday Tea

Ann Hand and Deborah Sigmund with a gift of ruby red slippers from the Embassy of Mexico
Mary Bird
Ann Hand and Deborah Sigmund with a gift of ruby red slippers from the Embassy of Mexico

Internationally renowned jewelry designer Ann Hand hosted a holiday tea at her eponymous MacArthur Boulevard boutique Dec. 8 to celebrate Innocents at Risk with champagne and holiday shopping. A generous percentage of the day’s proceeds went to Innocents at Risk, the non-profit which Deborah Sigmund founded in 2005 to fight child exploitation and human trafficking. Guests were encouraged to bring a gift for a young woman or child to be donated to Courtney’s House, Crossway Community and Youth for Tomorrow. Deborah Kanafani was on hand to sign her new book Kate, Kate the Fashion Plate designed to encourage girls of all ages to realize their dreams.

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