The Children’s Center for Hope and Healing Announces the 3rd Annual Gala for Hope & Healing and Silent Auction Benefit on October 23, 2010.

The Children’s Center for Hope & Healing Announces the 3rd Annual Gala for Hope & Healing and Silent Auction Benefit on October 23, 2010.

Fundraiser Supports Northeast Georgia Nonprofit Dedicated to Stopping the Cycle of Child Sexual Abuse and to Preventing the Exploitation of Children.

3rd Annual Gala for Hope & Healing

Make plans now to attend the Gala for Hope & Healing (gala flyer 11 x 8.5) on October 23rd at the Quinlan Visual Arts Center in Gainesville, Georgia.

The event will feature the savory hors d’oeuvres of Scott’s on the Square, wine, and the live, musical entertainment of pianist and jazz artist Larry Barker and ensemble.  Inspired by Nat King Cole, Ella Fitzgerald, and Clark Terry, Barker has played with the Drifters, the Glenn Miller Band, and the US Army Band—among others.

The gala will also feature a silent auction with offerings including

  • 3 one-day passes for two people to Atlanta Motorsports Park in Dawsonville
  • A one-week vacation on beautiful St. Simon’s Island
  • Original artwork by local artists
  • A 2-night stay in a fabulous Las Vegas casino
  • Admission to the Magical Night of Lights at Lake Lanier
  • A one-night stay at the Grove Park Inn in Asheville

Tickets can be purchased online. Visit the Gala Website for more information or contact Judith Brauer at 770-532-6530 or email jbrauer@hopeandhealingga.org.

Facts:

In 2009, the Children’s Center for Hope & Healing offered counseling services to nearly 700 people from 17 counties of Northeast Georgia.

1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys is sexually abused before his or her 18th birthday.

About The Children’s Center for Hope & Healing
The Children’s Center for Hope & Healing (formerly the Family Relations Program) is dedicated to stopping the cycle of child sexual abuse and to preventing the exploitation of children. For twenty-six years, we’ve served northeast Georgia by providing counseling, education, and advocacy for those whose lives have been affected by sexual abuse through our four programs: Victims’ Services, Project Pathfinder, Women’s Services, and Prevention Services. All of our services are free or, in the case of Project Pathfinder and our Psychosexual Evaluations, are low-cost. Any one can make a referral or request services. You do not have to have DFCS involvement to receive services. If you or a loved one has experienced sexual abuse, call 770.532.6530 to get help.

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