Have you ever seen such happy words? Party down with a favorite vintage and help raise funds for a local charity all at the same time?
Yep. That’s what One Hope Wine does! We recently found out about this local cottage business run by someone many of you may know, Angela Dyer.
Angela has been in one form of direct sales for over a decade when she made the decision to stay home with her daughter when she was little, but of course, wanted to bring in some income too. During those years, she has sold Mary Kay, Tupperware, and Home Interiors, to name a few. Later, when she and her husband were still located in the Las Vegas valley, she also went to work for a large company as an event coordinator.
Then in 2013, she and her hubby moved to the bliss of Boulder City, and she needed to start over from scratch due in part to some medical issues she was also dealing with at the time. But she knew her passion had always been with other entrepreneurial women who were building their businesses. She’d heard of One Hope Wine from her days as an event planner and reached out.
She hosted her first party as a consumer but then eventually decided that yes, this company was for her and that she wanted to join their ranks as a sales representative. She signed up and never looked back! She says that in particular, with this company, their internal community of reps just felt like home. When she attended her first convention with them, she said she inherited a hundred sisters!
The company teaches all of its reps about wine, but the goal is to keep it fun and approachable without being intimidating. We loved their Pinot Grigio we tried – all their vendors are sourced, and all products are One Hope branded, but you can white-label your own bottles for a larger organization.
Here’s how it works: when you attend a hosted One Hope Wines event, you’ll get six 1-ounce pours or tastes of the wines for that evening. Then anything you purchase at that event, 10% will go to the designated charity, which is set by the hostess.
Want to host your own event for your non-profit or one you know? Note – it must be a 501c-3 to qualify. The cost to host a party is between six to twelve bottles of wine, averaging around $99 for six. Attendees, even if they don’t purchase, can still donate, and there is always a raffle or some other fund-raising effort that is part of the tasting. Sounds like a great way to spend an evening or afternoon to me!
For more information or to host your own event contact Angela by CLICKING HERE.