A Way to Help Abused Children in Monmouth County
For years now our radio station has been supporting a very special place that helps neglected and abused children and their families. But they still need money to complete this special place. Now you are invited to a wonderful event to help this great cause.
The Monmouth County Child Advocacy Center has been a cause near and dear to our hearts for years now. It's been built so that when a child who has been abused or traumatized needs emergency care, law enforcement help, and protection from 'the bad guys', the child can be brought to one safe place to have all of their needs met. The last thing you want to do to a child is further traumatize them by dragging them from building to building to help them when they have already suffered enough.
The Monmouth County Child Advocacy Center (MCCAC) in Freehold, with help from the community and generous donations, has opened the first part of its building to get started on helping these precious children, but they still need to complete the building in order to have the prosecutors on hand and, more importantly, a medical suite so that scared, hurt children don't have to go to the ER and be even more frightened. Instead, they can be treated in the proper way at this very safe and secure building by professionals.
You are invited to an event designed to help raise the money needed to complete this very special project:
Casino Night, sponsored by The Friends of the Monmouth County Child Advocacy Center, will take place Friday evening, October 18, 2013, at the Sheraton Hotel in Eatontown. A limited number of tickets will be sold for $125 per person, and the proceeds will benefit the building of Phase II.
The evening includes a two hour open bar, hors d'oeuvres, and a buffet dinner.
The Friends of the Monmouth County Child Advocacy Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. For more information on this amazing project, click here.
The Friends of Monmouth County Child Advocacy Center...Because all children deserve a safe place.