Animal-loving celebrities turned out Saturday, December 2nd in Beverly Hills for NapaWood, showing their support for Jameson Animal Rescue Ranch (JARR), a 501c3 based in the Napa Valley.

Jillian Rose Reed at Napawood
Jillian Rose Reed at Napawood

The organization had recently endured through the North Bay fires rescuing and evacuating animals, supplying food and temporary shelter to displaced animals, and funding veterinary care.

Bonnie-Jill Laflin at NapaWood
Bonnie-Jill Laflin at NapaWood

The early evening reception held a private estate in Beverly Hills was attended by Jon Huertas (“This Is Us”, Donna D’Errico (“Baywatch”), Patrika Darbo (Emmy winner, (“The Bold & The Beautiful”), Seba Johnson (Olympian), Bonnie-Jill Laflin (“Basketball Wives”), Cerina Vincent (“Stuck InThe Middle”), Chrystal Hunt (Emmy nominee, “One Life To Live”), and Jillian Rose Reed (“Awkward”). Broadway star and recording artist Shoshana Bean treated the crowd to a performance of the song “Home,” which resonated with part of JARR’s mission to find loving homes for all domestic animals.

JARR founders, Monica and David Stevens hosted the night and gave a presentation on the lifesaving work of the organization.

Guests were fueled by an array of rare and allocated wines and the opportunity to rub elbows with vintners from some of the top wineries in Napa Valley: Arrow & Branch, Carter Wines, Gandona, Nine Suns, Pulido Walker, Realm Cellars, Riverain, Vice Versa, 750 Wines and Wine Access. Vegan hors-d’oeuvres were provided by The Butchers Daughter out of Venice, CA.

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