Cliff Williams donates a different kind of rock for children’s charity
Georganne and Cliff Williams, with the help of chef Harold Balink, will host a Knights of the Round Table themed dinner in order to raise money for a children’s hospital.
The pair will host the sold-out dinner next Friday February 25th in one of Southwest Florida's most exclusive residences in Lee and Collier counties. Included in the dinner tickets, all dinner attendees will have a seat at the host's reserved table the next day on Saturday afternoon, February 26 at the Grand Tasting and Auction.
Donated for the auction event, lot #21 "Black Ice", is an AC/DC guitar pick themed jewelry set which includes a pair of earrings and a pendant suspended on a neckwire created from one of Cliff’s bass guitar strings. The jewelry is framed on blackened 14k gold and accented with black diamonds. The winner will also receive a framed music award presented to AC/DC from Ireland for most records sold, donated by Williams. He will also personalize and autograph the piece.
The organizers hope to net $1 million this year, with funds going to the festival's main beneficiary, The Children's Hospital of Southwest Florida, and secondary beneficiaries, a pediatric nursing scholarship at Edison State College and an endowment fund for pre-med students at Florida Gulf Coast University.
Georgeanne and Cliff Williams with chef Harold Balink