Successful Harvest Tour of Homes raises $30K to benefit DI library
The 12th annual Harvest Tour of Homes was a best-seller. The sold out event, presented by Friends of the Daniel Island Library, raised more than $30,000 that will directly benefit the Daniel Island library.
On Saturday, October 26, 400 ticket holders toured four Daniel Island homes and had the chance to meet local authors.
Daniel Island resident Julie Regenold was impressed with the event. “The DI house tour made for a fun couple of hours with friends. Touring the different homes gave me an idea of how people are decorating, furnishing and accessorizing their homes at the moment. I came away with a few new design concepts,” she said.
“If you’re interested in home design, this is a nice way to see what’s out there while benefitting the Daniel Island library,” Regenold added.
This was first year Cyndi Jannuzzi served as house chair and she was thrilled with the outcome. “The Friends of the Daniel Island Library committee members all worked so very diligently to make this year a total success. We had wonderful support from our sponsors this year. The community, in its entirety, came to the table in support of the Daniel Island Library,” exclaimed Jannuzzi.
“New programs have been established and it is the hope of the Friends of the Daniel Island Library to continue to grow the Daniel Island library into the 21st century for the benefit of our entire community,” she added.
Planning for the 2020 Harvest Tour of Homes will begin early next year. Any resident interested in showcasing their home or participating in the event can visit harvesthometours.com.