The 14th Annual Wild Side, presented by Biohabitats, is set for Saturday, October 7, 2023 at the Kaminski House in historic Georgetown. Join us in celebrating the work of your Lawyers for the Wild Side with good food, good music and good company. This year's featured speaker will be Michelle Mapp, the ACLU of South Carolina’s Equal Justice Works Law Fellow.
Our guests will be able to enjoy fantastic locally sourced cuisine from Root along with a selection of wine, beer and cocktails, music by Prettier Than Matt and waterfront views from the lawn of this historic home.
4:30pm - Appetizers with Attorneys on the Terrace* & Kaminski House Tours*
*Water Protector and Life Sustainer sponsorship levels
ABOUT WILD SIDE
Wild Side was created to honor the memory of SCELP’s founder, Jimmy Chandler. After Jimmy’s passing on August 7, 2010, his friends and colleagues wanted to come together and celebrate his life and vision. The initiative was auspicious and Wild Side has been SCELP’s signature event ever since. Check out last year's event!
We couldn't make this an event a success without the help of our amazing volunteers! If you're interested in volunteering at Wild Side, please contact Elizabeth at email@example.com or (843) 527-0078.
SPONSORSHIPS and online auction
Sponsorships are still available! Demonstrate your business’ commitment to protecting South Carolina’s land, water and communities — and reach new audiences — by sponsoring Wild Side. Or add your support to our online auction with an experience or other in-kind donation (you can browse all the amazing deals up for your winning bid here). Contact Filippo Ravalico at (843) 527-0078, or firstname.lastname@example.org, to discuss.
Biohabitats applies the science of ecology to restoring ecosystems, conserving habitat, and regenerating the natural systems that sustain all life on Earth. From ecological restoration to watershed management, Biohabitats inspires communities to rediscover a sense of place through preserving indigenous ecosystems, restoring biological diversity, and embracing ecological stewardship.