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Sunnybrook Hosts Dinner To Give New Program Plans, Honor Those In Foster Care Crisis

Photo courtesy of Sunnybrook Children’s Home

Thousands of children are in Mississippi’s foster care system. Sunnybrook invites you to join them in reaching these children and families by enjoying dinner at their campus on August 12th at 7:00 P.M. Since 1963, Sunnybrook Children’s Home has been a place where abused and neglected children find a safe place to rest their heads each night. Children also receive counseling services and resources to help them reach their God-given potential. As society continues to change and
Children also receive counseling services and resources to help them reach their God-given potential. As society continues to change and the number of children in foster care rises, Sunnybrook is committed to expanding services to help meet the unique demands of society.
At the 2nd Annual Champions for Children Dinner, guests will enjoy a round-table dinner by Fresh Cut Catering, artwork by the Sunnybrook children and a vision for Sunnybrook Cares, a brand-new program addressing the needs of those fighting to serve children. Jill Freeze, a champion for children across the world, will be the guest speaker. Adoptive and foster parents, as well as Sunnybrook house parents, will be honored during the event.
Dinner tickets are $75 each. For details and ticket registration, visit the organization’s website at www.sunnych.net or call the Sunnybrook office at 601.856.6555.
 

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