Thank You to Everyone Who Showed Up for the “Big Game” on March 9 at the Ambiance Arena!

Thank you to everyone who showed up for the “big game” on March 9 at the Ambiance Arena. There were 215 reserved tickets for the March Madness Fundraiser. You played with heart and passion!

First things first! Thank you to the Fundraising Dinner Committee members aka our Team Captains – Jessica Landwehr, Denise Tallcott, Elizabeth (Liz) Hultz, Kori Griffin, Liz Koch, Kristopher Kutcher, Itty Scholz, Deanne Corzatt, and Shannon Nicholas.

Next our Dinner Sponsors – our first string players (yeah, there’s too many listed but that’s okay) – Mercantile Bank, Quincy Recycle, Knapheide Manufacturing, Stevenson Paxton Group of Wells Fargo Advisors, The Salty Sun, Kristopher’s Hair Studio, Titan International, Inc., State Street Bank, HOMEBANK, Gardner Denver, Dreasler Communications, Something Borrowed, Freiburg Insurance Agency, Rinella Company, R.L. Brink Corp., Quincy Medical Group, JK Creative Printers, Schmiedeskamp, Robertson, Neu & Mitchell, Emotion Belly Books – Tracy Schlepphorst, Refreshment Services Pepsi and MC for the auction Jeff Oberling.

And last, but certainly not least, our MVP’s of the night – our donors. You brought your “A” game and helped us raise almost $38,000.00! You deserve a standing ovation!

Thanks to your generosity of heart we can continue to protect and uphold the rights of children when wrongs have been committed against them, to help abused or neglected children have safe permanent homes where they can thrive, to act as a powerful voice in these children’s best interests and to educate the public about the plight of abused children.

March 16th, 2018

Check out our new, awesome video from Table Sixteen Productions.

 

March 22nd, 2017

Volunteers needed for Prevention Program

We are currently looking for volunteers to assist with our sexual abuse prevention and education program in Adams, Brown, Pike and Schuyler counties.  The personal safety curriculum called “Happy Bear” by Sunflower House, involves an interactive play presented by a trained facilitator and a costumed volunteer.  Presentations are given to children ages 4-7 and during the course of the play, children teach Happy Bear about welcome and unwelcome touches, personal safety zones, how to respond by saying NO and moving away, and who to tell if someone gives them an unwelcome touch.  We are looking for people interested in giving the presentation and playing the role of Happy Bear.

For more information please call 217-223-2272 or click on the link below.

“P.S. It’s My Body” Child Abuse Prevention Program

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September 8th, 2014