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Enjoy a meal or a party and help charity, plus know any good names?

Boley Angels' annual brunch set for Tuesday

Boley Angels' annual gala Christmas brunch begins at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at the St. Petersburg Yacht Club, 11 Central Ave. The event features carols and an appearance from Santa. Proceeds go to buy furniture for Boley Centers' community residences and to pay for clients' dental care needs. Reservations: (727) 344-5404.

Mrs. Santa luncheon scheduled Wednesday

All Children's Hospital Guild Beach Branch will host the 48th annual Mrs. Santa luncheon and fashion show beginning at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the St. Petersburg Yacht Club, 11 Central Ave. The event will feature clothing from Chico's and the presentation of Mrs. Santa, an exemplary guild volunteer. Proceeds go to projects at the hospital. $50. Reservations: (727) 341-1930; (727) 641-1438.

Peace Breakfast to help CASA will be Thursday

The annual Peace Breakfast to benefit Community Action Stops Abuse takes place from 7 to 8:30 a.m. Thursday at the Coliseum, 535 Fourth Ave. N, St. Petersburg. Reservations required. There is no fee to attend, but donations will be received at the event. (727) 895-4912.

Cocktail party to benefit abused children, adults

Infinity, the League to Aid Abused Children and Adults, will host a holiday cocktail party from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Thursday in a private home in St. Petersburg. $60. Reservations: (727) 896-8685.

Deadline nears for Legacy Awards names

St. Anthony's Hospital Foundation is seeking nominees for its 2012 Legacy Awards: the Roy G. Harrell Jr. Leadership Award, the Helen D. Roberts Philanthropy Award and the Hippocrates Award for a physician or physician practice. Nomination forms can be downloaded from stanthonysfoundation.org (click on "Events" and then "Legacy Dinner"), emailed to gail.cass-culver@baycare.org, faxed to (727) 825-1184 or mailed to the St. Anthony's Hospital Foundation, 1200 Seventh Ave. N, St. Petersburg, FL 33705. The deadline for submissions is Friday. For more information, call (727) 820-7895.

Make mark by giving without showing up

"Everybody who's anybody won't be there," reads the invitation from Personal Enrichment Mental Health Services Florida. Through Dec. 24, the nonprofit is seeking contributions in any amount for its "No-Show No Snow Holiday Ball," a nonevent whose proceeds go toward the charity's children's programs. Credit-card gifts can be made online at pemhs.org; checks may be sent to PEMHS, 11254 58th St. N, Pinellas Park, FL 33782-2213 (Attention: Dee Cash).

Queen's Court seeks nominees, applicants

The Queen's Court, which raises money for charities and civic organizations through its Queen of Hearts Ball, is accepting nominations for outstanding female volunteers who live in Pinellas County. Submissions, due Jan. 5, must be sponsored by guilds, auxiliaries or other nonprofit organizations. For an application, call (727) 894-7543.

The court is also receiving applications from Pinellas County organizations to receive grants from the 2013 event. Charities must be listed under Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS code. Applications may be obtained by calling (727) 822-7571. The deadline for those submissions is March 1.

Enjoy a meal or a party and help charity, plus know any good names? 12/03/11 [Last modified: Saturday, December 3, 2011 3:31am]
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