Join Us for a Curated Wine Experience at our Second Ruby Dooby Foundation Wine Dinner!

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In case you missed it, check out the pictures from our first wine dinner in March 2018!

About the Ruby Dooby Foundation

The idea behind the Ruby’s Diner restaurant was inspired by an amazing woman, Ruby Cavanaugh. Ruby was a child of the great depression as well as a card-carrying member of the greatest generation. With her childhood years spent in the midwest and her teens spent here in Los Angeles, Ruby grew into a grounded yet modern woman whose beauty was literally inside and out. That grace, beauty, and style was woven into her every activity which made her beloved by so many through the years.

Ruby passed away, but we were graced with her presence for 93 wonderful years. Her selfless and sincere care for others literally impacted thousands of people. Even after her passing, we receive countless cards and letters from those who may have never met her, yet still feel a need to express their visceral and loving connection with this amazing woman.

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In the past few years, The Ruby Dooby Foundation has already supported these charities

The Cause

One of our first projects will be supporting the new Children’s Hospital Orange County (CHOC) Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. This special unit inside CHOC is dedicated to small babies who need complex surgery or other advanced care.

CHOC Children’s NICU is rated among the top 25 in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report. And it is rated by the American Academy of Pediatrics as Level 4… the highest rating available.

We will also be supporting research efforts to combat Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome (CCHS), a rare but tragic disease that desperately needs more funding to fund better treatments.

A growing number of individuals are now being identified whose symptoms were not apparent until later infancy, childhood, or even adulthood and are called later onset congenital central hypoventilation syndrome (LO-CCHS). Funds raised from “Building the Foundation: Ruby’s Big USO Show!” will benefit CCHS research efforts.