Community Event: Uncork for Hope

Community Event: Uncork for Hope

Uncork for Hope - Miller Miller Menthe community eventAt Miller Miller Menthe LLP, we are passionate about contributing to our community. We believe in the importance of community support and giving our time to many different organizations throughout the area.

For the fourth year in a row, our own Managing Partner, Adam Miller, will host Uncork for Hope– an annual charity event held at the Center Club in Costa Mesa. Taking place on Sunday, May 1st, Uncork for Hope is an event combining the fun of wine tasting with a silent auction for a good cause.  The event is attended by nearly 300 people and is expected to raise in excess of $100,000.

100% of donations earned at this event are given to Boys Town California in order to help local kids and families in need.

Boys Town California is a charity focused on changing the lives of at-risk youth and families in California.  The charity gives 48,000 kids hope and life changing care, and provides programs to help families get back on their feet, and plan for a prosperous future.

“I am honored to orchestrate Uncork for Hope each year”, says Adam Miller.  “I get a chance to mix two of my favorite things: wine tasting and giving back to the community in one event.  Each year, we are able to donate hundreds of thousands of dollars back into the youth community who need our help.  I couldn’t do it without all the winery’s support, donations and enthusiasm from all involved.”

Join our Managing Partner and the rest of the Miller Miller Menthe team for the opportunity to taste rare wines from around the world, enjoy appetizers, and learn about a life-changing organization.

We at Miller Miller Menthe LLP are so happy to be a part of this charity and be able to give to our community. We find great joy in our involvement with these local organizations, and we’re always looking forward to the next great event to get involved with!

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