The Family and Children's Center wants you to take a chance on area kids. Development Director, Jon Evans, joined us to talk about the upcoming Monte Carlo night on November 3rd. It starts at 5:30 in the Cargill room.
RSVP by October 27th at http://www.fcconline.org/an-evening-in-monte-carlo/
5:30 Cocktails 6:00 Casino & Hors d'oeuvres 8:00 A Story of Better Tomorrows 9:30 Raffle Drawings
Play Casino Tables & Win Prizes
* Let-it-Ride Poker
* Horse Racing
Prizes include: 1-Night Stay at the Charmant, Badgers Tickets, Great Escape of La Crosse Game Room and more!
$75/Each or $140/Couple Includes hors d'oeuvres, $300 in casino gaming chips & a $50 donation to Family & Children's Center.
VIP $125/Each Includes access to the High Roller Lounge with a private black jack table, exclusive food station, unlimited wine & beer, a signed copy of F.I.E.R.C.E. by Carolyn Colleen-a Healthy Families program graduate, $500 in casino gaming chips and a $75 donation to Family & Children's Center.
Call 608-785-001 for special group pricing.
Raffle Tickets: $100 per ticket - Drawing night of the event. Need not be present to win. Savory Creations Package / Green Bay Packers Tickets / Weekend in Down Town Saint Paul / Custom Artwork by Daniel Schraith
What: A high end casino night featuring several different friendly casino games, elegant hors d'oeuvres, and an exclusive raffle along with a brief program about Family & Children's Center.
Why: Because Child Abuse Has No Place in Our Community
Last year more than 2,200 children were reported as suspected victims of abuse in our region. Many of them will suffer lifetime consequences. All of them are forever changed.
Family & Children's Center Healthy Families home visiting program equips highly stressed, at-risk parents at the outset with the tools and supports needed to raise healthy, happy children in a loving environment. This model stops the generational cycle of abuse seen in many participating families.
Stepping Stones services children who are reported to be victims of maltreatment, providing a safe and comfortable place where they are interviewed about possible abuse. This approach not only minimizes trauma to child victims, but supports caregivers to make sure their child is never a victim again.