A Toast to Home: A Fundraiser For PATH Santa Barbara
On Saturday, June 4, 2022, from 4:00 PM- 8:00 PM, People Assisting The Homeless or PATH will host A Toast to Home – an event where we will honor and celebrate the support that PATH receives from the Santa Barbara community.
This event will fundraise for the lifesaving services that PATH provides in Santa Barbara. Please join us for this exclusive rendezvous in the rolling hills of Santa Barbara's Wine Country – all in support of ending homelessness.
A Toast to Home will be held at Sunstone Winery in Santa Ynez Valley, and will include a silent auction, education on PATH's programs, live music, food, and more! Round trip transportation available with select ticket types.
A Toast to Home Festival is on Saturday, June 4th, 2022 from 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM. The festival will be held at Sunstone Vineyard. We highly encourage purchasing tickets that include round trip transportation through Santa Barbara Motor Bus or ride shares. There is limited parking available onsite.
4:00-5:00 PM: VIP Hour
5:00 PM: General Admission Entry
8:00 PM: Event Concludes
COVID-19 Vaccination Guest Requirements
All guests are required to show proof of full vaccination against the COVID-19 virus in order to attend A Toast to Home. The CDC is currently advising keeping up with boosters in order to be optimally protected from COVID-19. At check in, PATH will be checking for print or digital proof of vaccination, as well as proof of identification.
All proceeds from the festival go towards supportive services for our neighbor's experiencing homelessness in Santa Barbara. In the last year, PATH has provided services for more than 18,000+ people and permanently housed more than 1,200 people. By attending the festival, supporters are increasing PATH's capacity to provide the supportive services that are critical to our mission– including housing navigation, homelessness prevention, employment services, substance abuse services, mental health services, street outreach, interim housing, and more.
Founded in 1984, PATH is committed to ending homelessness for individuals, families, and communities in California. We do this by building affordable supportive housing and providing homeless services in more than 150 cities with over 60 locations. Our services support nearly 16 percent of the state’s population experiencing homelessness. In the last year, PATH has provided services for more than 25,000 people and permanently housed more than 1,200 people. More information at www.epath.org.