The 6th Annual Voilà Mardi Gras Ball

The Voilà Foundation presents our premiere annual fundraiser on the Saturday before Mardi Gras, referred to as Samedi Gras, February 13, 2021. This year with everyone's health and safety in mind, we'll go virtual. So, please save the date and join us for the 6th Annual Voilà Mardi Gras Ball where we'll be PARTYING on SUNSHINE!

Our KREWE is planning a Mardi Gras Ball unlike any year before. One thing you can certainly count on ... we'll deliver a fun event right to your doorstep! (BONUS: This can be your Valentine's Day date as well!)

As always, our Mardi Gras Ball will offer our guests the opportunity to participate in our exclusive online auction, powered by Handbid. And in 2021, the exciting entertainment that you have come to expect from us will be brought to you via LIVESTREAM!  So, you'll be able to enjoy all the fun of Mardi Gras right from the comfort of your home!

Like the 5 Mardi Gras Balls before, this event will Laissez les Bon Temps Rouler,  but this time  ...

VIRTUALLY Anything Goes!

ORIGINS of VOILÀ MARDI GRAS BALL

Mardi Gras, literally Fat Tuesday, has grown in popularity in recent years as a raucous event. But its roots lie in the Christian calendar as the “last hurrah”  before Lent begins on Ash Wednesday.

The origins of the Voilà Mardi Gras Ball are simpler to trace. From the beginning, Voilà A Salon in historic Roswell began giving back to the community. Starting with small Cut-A-Thons at the salon benefiting an individual in need, then steadily growing each year into elaborate events at local venues that raised thousands of dollars.

Voilà A Salon

In the summer of 2015, the salon formed the Krewe of Voilà and created Roswell’s Inaugural Mardi Gras Ball. On the heels of that success, a new organization was formed - The Voilà Foundation, a 501(c)(3) Georgia Charitable Corporation. And with this nonprofit status, the Voilà Mardi Gras Ball became an annual tradition benefiting worthy causes in our community.

CARING with STYLE

Some of the most glittering spectacles of Mardi Gras happen behind closed doors at grand balls thrown by Krewes for their members and lucky guests.  While most balls are invitation-only, our Mardi Gras Ball welcomes one and all and we give the proceeds to one charitable cause!

Our 2021 Premiere Fundraiser Will Benefit ~

Dreams Built Here

Sunshine on a Ranney Day is a nonprofit organization that renovates homes for children with special needs using top of the line construction and design. Through partnerships and donors they provide no cost wheelchair accessible bathrooms, dream bedrooms and in-home therapy rooms.

Founder's Story

In 2012, inspired by a church sermon, Holly and Peter Ranney found their calling to use their God-given talents and resources to help others. Sunshine on a Ranney Day was created with the idea that every child should have their own unique space.

Sunshine on a Ranney Day's first makeover was completed for 11-year-old Mathew, who  wanted to spend his last days in his military-themed bunker bedroom. Mathew's makeover and passing showed how impactful a makeover could be on a child's life. This experience helped shape Sunshine on a Ranney Day into what it is today.

Thank you for helping us change lives one room at a time.

Your help is still needed. There are many rooms to go!

Visit Sunshine on a Ranney Day to learn more.