Annual Benefit and Auction
Location: Fair Market
Date: October 25, 2018
Tickets: $50 per person; buy tickets and get more information here.
Every October 25, we celebrate the founding of the foundation with our annual Benefit and Auction in Austin, Texas. Bid on 100+ one–of-a-kind silent auction items from around the globe (and local favorites, too!). Sponsorships available! For sponsorship information, email Ellen.Bettis@wholefoods.com.
Holiday Hustle Virtual 10K/5K Run
Location: Austin, TX
Date: November 2018
Every year, we get our bodies moving for a cause. This year, join our Holiday Hustle wherever you are, in our Virtual Run. Sponsorships for our 2018 race are open now. Contact us if you’re interested in sponsorships or in-kind contributions.
Power Her Potential Expo
Location: Whole Foods Market
525 Bowie St.,
Upstairs Plaza Level
Date: June 2, 2018
Tickets and More Info: Click Here
Thank you for attending our 2018 event! We raised $10,000 for poverty alleviation and had so much fun doing it. Celebrating women and those who love them, our Annual Women’s Expo is a full-day experience, featuring workshops, panels, keynote speakers, product demos, food, drinks, and more. Contact us if you’re interested in sponsorships or in-kind contributions for our 2019 event.
Texas International Wine Competition People’s Choice Awards
Location: Thirsty Mule Winery
101 Co. Road 257, Liberty Hill, TX 78642
Date: Saturday, May 4 from 7PM-10PM
Tickets: Via Texas International Wine Competition. Proceeds benefit Whole Planet Foundation.
Attendees had an opportunity to sample a variety of wines from many different wineries. After a brief education about the wines, guests became the judge and scored their favorite wines alongside a number of Texas International Wine Competition judges. As part of the evening, a spanish-style paella was be paired with excellent wines, door prizes, and wine education.
Dance for Global Goals
Location: Asian American Resource Center; 8401 Cameron Rd, Austin TX
Date: Saturday, April 7
Established Austin-based dancer/choreographer Anuradha Naimpally presents an intergenerational dance performance featuring the compelling stories and movements of Asian teen refugees and seniors. Naimpally leads these first-time performers in a powerful dance performance designed to help bring awareness and raise the voices of those who need to be seen, heard, and brought of a darkness into light. Accompanied by singer/songwriter/composer Nagavalli, and guitarist/percussionist Oliver Rajamani.