Chocolate & Diamonds Affair
The Woodland Hills Foundation is proud to announce our Eleventh Annual Chocolate & Diamonds Affair, to be held on Saturday, February 8, 2020 at the Edgewood Country Club. The evening will include a formal dinner, a silent auction, a wine-pull and live music with over 200 attendees.
2020 Ticket Sales open October 3, 2019.
General Admission: $50
Woodland Hills School District Teachers: $40
Become a Sponsor
Each year, we raise much-needed funds to provide support for our programs and services. Your support means that we can continue to provide important services to our teachers, school administrators and students.
Please consider supporting this community asset by becoming a sponsor of the Eleventh Annual Chocolate and Diamonds Affair.
Most sponsorship package offers tickets, recognition on event materials and media coverage. You’ll also expose your business to our impressive network of donors and friends—all of whom have a vested interest in the strength and well-being of our schools, our children and our community.
Donate to Our Silent Auction
Our Silent auction has become a huge part of raising funds at the Chocolate and Diamonds Affair. Guests have enjoyed bidding on jewelry, trips, gift baskets and more. This is the perfect opportunity to expose your business to our network of supporters. When you donate an item/items, you'll be featured on the website, in donor-specific social media posts and more.
2019 Chocolate & Diamonds
On Saturday, February 9, 2019, we held our Tenth Annual Chocolate and Diamonds Affair at the Edgewood Country Club.
Dr. Stephen Esper, Director of Perioperative Services at UPMC Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine, and Woodland Hills Alum, served as the evening’s emcee. Guests enjoyed a sit-down dinner, a Silent Auction with close to 100 prize packages up for bid, chocolates provided by Sarris Candies, and a chance to win the evening’s pièces de résistance, a diamond provided by William Penn Jewelers, a Chocolate and Diamonds supporter since 2013. Local band Teresa Hawthorne & Legacee provided the perfect smooth jazz background for the evening.
Nearly 200 attendees came to celebrate the impact of the Foundation over the past ten years and our commitment to the faculty, staff, and students in our district. We also honored Woodland Hills Alum Brandon Greene, who, along with past honorees, was presented with a plaque, which will be hung in the Woodland Hills High school Library as part of a “Wall of Honor.”
The evening was a culmination of the work done by the Foundation over the past year in support of the Woodland Hills School District.
Through the generosity of our donors these programs can continue to grow and reach more members of our school and community. Board President Steve Gough also announced that the Foundation has, for the first time ever, hired two part time employees in order to facilitate the Foundation’s work. Over the past ten years we have made great strides and if the success of the event on Saturday night is any indication, we will continue to do so well into the future.
Lock in your sponsorships for 2020 now! Space is limited.
For questions or additional information, please email Jennifer Trehar at
The Bachtell Family
Bella Christie and Lil Z's Boutique
Burgh Bits and Bites
Busy Hook Happy Heart
Carnegie Mellon University
Children's Museum of Pittsburgh
Dicks's Sporting goods
JR Diroll Photography
Mia Good/Metamorphosis Spa
Kimpton Hotel Monaco
Lex Home Tech
Love Place Photography
Mama Meatballs Pizzeria
Mint Salon and Gallery
Jay and Sherry Ott
PICT Classic Theatre
Pittsbugh Festival Opera
Pittsburgh Arts and Lecture
Pittsburgh Public Theater
Pittsburgh Zoo & Aquarium
Promo West Live
Robert Rosswog, DMD
Ruth Chris Steakhouse
Lily Silknetter Photographer
Highland's House/Michael Sirianni
Summers Tanning Salon
Barb and George Thompson
William Penn Jewelers and Watchmakers
Woodland Hills Athletics
THANK YOU TO OUR 2019 SILENT AUCTION DONORS: