With a record-breaking attendance of nearly 600 people, this year’s Bloom Ball was the most successful event yet, raising substantial funds for Bloom’s programming and the children we serve. Throughout the evening, guests enjoyed stunning views of ocean life as part of the Georgia Aquariums’ Oceans Voyager and Beluga Whale exhibits. They were also entertained by live performances from acclaimed Nashville singers and songwriters Leah Belle Faser, Sarah Bonsignore, and Ashley Riley. Special guests at this year’s Bloom Ball included WSB’s Chief Meteorologist Brad Nitz and Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens. Several impactful videos were shared with attendees, including a story about one of the first shoppers at the Bloom Closet. To view this video, click here.

“We are thrilled to have celebrated Bloom Ball’s 20th anniversary at the Georgia Aquarium with such a tremendous turnout,” said Bloom CEO Becky Davenport. “Sponsors and attendees of the Bloom Ball not only enjoyed a fun night out but, most importantly, helped make a tremendous impact in the lives of foster children.”

Bloom would like to thank all our guests, volunteers, and sponsors for making this event possible. Without their contributions, the overall success of the event would not have been possible. Funds raised through the Bloom Ball propel Bloom’s mission to provide safe, nurturing foster homes, clothing, toys, school supplies, and other necessities for thousands of foster children across Georgia. Stay tuned for more information on Bloom’s other fundraising event that will take place this fall.

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