Team 10 – Jennifer Phillips and Ivan Estrada-Campos – wow the crowd with their dance moves during the annual Dancing With Our Stars fundraiser to benefit the Child Abuse Prevention Agency (CAPA) on Saturday evening at the USC Beaufort Center of the Arts. The popular event patterned after a popular television show raised more than $209,000 this year. All funds raised from this event help CAPA serve the children and families of the Lowcountry, particularly with the operation of the Open Arms Children’s Home (the only home in Beaufort for abused and neglected children); to recruit, train, and support local foster families; to educate children on how to tell when the worst happened; and to prevent child abuse and neglect through a whole host of other prevention and intervention programming. To learn more about this organization, visit https://capabeaufort.org. Photo by Bob Sofaly.
DANCING WITH OUR STARS
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