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Become a Sponsor for the 13th Annual Festival of Lights

It's that time of year again - the time to honor those we serve throughout southwest Michigan. And we're asking for your help through sponsorship for the 2019 Festival of Lights, our 13th annual fundraising gala. Your support helps vulnerable people in our local communities receive domestic violence shelter and services, adult day and homecare support, and guardianship and advocacy assistance. Our clients include seniors and caregivers, disabled individuals, survivors of domestic violence, and people who have no one to assure they have a safe and loving home.

As a sponsor, you are making an impact by empowering all generations to improve their quality of life. Last year, over 600 survivors of domestic violence were helped to escape an abusive environment and transition to a safe home. Over 150 people with dementia and other special needs participated in meaningful activities during the day while their caregivers received respite. And over 300 individuals who had no one available to help them with home, health and financial decisions were served by a caring team of professionals.

Our clients’ success has always been dependent on receiving generous support from individuals, foundations and businesses and this year your help is needed more than ever as we embark upon outstanding and life-changing improvements to our organization. We are excited to share some of these endeavors with you at our 13th Annual Festival of Lights event.

Festival of Lights will be held on December 6, 2019 at Journeyman Distillery. This is a highly visible opportunity to demonstrate your commitment to helping the clients we serve, who often are people facing difficult moments in life through no fault of their own.

You’re invited to pledge your support now and fulfill your commitment by November 15, 2019. You will also find an opportunity to make your reservations with the included form. Please see the on-line giving option that can be found at this link. You can also learn more about this event at our Facebook Page.

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