August 09, 2021
Get ready for the pinnacle social event of the year! Resources for Human Development (RHD) will host the highly-anticipated Main Line Wine Gala following COVID-19 protocols on Thursday, September 30 on the beautiful outdoor grounds of Appleford Estate in Villanova, PA. Tickets are on sale now.
The Main Line Wine Gala showcases the world's most exclusive winemakers in an event that benefits RHD's innovations in human services. RHD is a national human services nonprofit that creates effective, quality services in person-centered, trauma-informed programs across the country.
RHD reached a milestone in 2020 and turned 50 years old! We continue to celebrate 50 years of delivering the highest quality services to people of all abilities, in a values-driven environment built around respect for the dignity and worth of the people we support. Each year, RHD supports tens of thousands of adults, children, and families in need. The people we serve rely on the generosity of supporters who believe that every person should be treated with dignity and be given the opportunity to develop their fullest potential. Your support of this year’s Main Line Wine Gala will benefit The Center for Creative Works, La Casa, and future RHD initiatives that will impact the communities we serve.
Thursday, September 30 at 6 p.m.
770 Mt. Boro Road
Villanova, PA 19085
COVID-19 Regulations & Guidance
Resources for Human Development (RHD) will continue to follow all current State of PA and CDC guidelines to maintain the safety and well-being of our event guests, staff, and volunteers. Any changes in COVID-19 protocols will be communicated directly to guests. For more information and regular updates please visit our Safety Precautions page.
Resources for Human Development (RHD) administers 160 programs in 12 states, addressing behavioral health, intellectual and developmental disabilities, healthcare, homelessness and more. RHD was founded in 1970 as an organization that would be an agent for social change and guided by its values. From one program, two employees and a budget of $50,000, RHD has grown into a national human services organization that has the great privilege of providing care, resources and compassionate services to more than 50,000 people each year in person-centered, trauma-informed programs across the country.