$60 per ticket { $40 is tax deductible ]

Two ways to pay: Securely purchase your ticket(s) (using Paypal or any credit card) and add a $2 fee per ticket. Or mail a check (payable to Save Guana Now) to: Save Guana Now, P.O. Box 2111, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32004.  No added fee when paying by check.

PARKING: Please walk if you live within walking distance! Parking is available at the end of Neck Rd. on the left (now an empty lot). If that lot is full, park on Neck Rd., allowing two lanes of cars to pass - not on manicured lawns.

Catering by Mangroves

              Buffet menu:    Beef roast in a beef jus and wine reduction sauce                                          Seared crab cakes with remoulade sauce                                                 Calypso chicken breast cutlets in coconut lime butter sauce                                         Organic greens salad, organic braised green beans,                            garlic herb new potatoes, dessert and assorted appetizers. 

Ticket price includes beer and wine.

Reserve your ticket(s) now!


How important is this fundraiser to Save Guana Now and the Outpost property we're fighting to save from the bulldozer? Well, let's put it this way... a sold-out event will go a long way towards paying our legal and land use expert costs. Please help us make that a reality by joining the festivities at the Save Guana Gala. At $60 per ticket, you'll get more than your money's worth! 

You've read the incredible menu above. Add to that the spectacular views, a beautiful home, a great array of silent auction items, live music, and last but not least - a really great bunch of people who support our cause. This is not an evening to miss. 

(If you'd like to donate a silent auction item or volunteer for an hour the day of the event, reply here.)
We look forward to seeing you April 8!  Please spread the word about our Gala to those who cherish the natural beauty of Guana and the wildlife it protects. Buy tickets here.

  Nicole Crosby and Gary Coulliette
  Co-founders,  Save Guana Now
View of shoreline of Outpost property that Save Guana Now is striving to save from development.
 Courtesy www.AerialPhotographyJacksonville.com