FCS’s 2013 Fundraising Gala, “An Evening of Southern Elegance” Honoring Ranney School, the Guttenplan Family Foundation and Arlene Lospinoso
6:30 p.m., Saturday, October 5, 2013 at the Navesink Country Club, Middletown, NJ
Family Children’s Service (FCS), Monmouth County’s oldest non-profit social service agency whose mission is to serve people at vulnerable times in their lives through intervention, education, care, and counseling, invites friends, family, and supporters of FCS to join them on Saturday, October 5th at Navesink Country Club for the agency’s fall fundraising gala, “An Evening of Southern Elegance,” as they honor Ranney School, the Guttenplan Family Foundation, and longtime FCS board member, Arlene Lospinoso of Middletown, for their service and commitment to the community.
This year’s gala committee is led by co-chairs Jill and Bill Gemmel of Middletown, Susan and Bob Sorokolit of Rumson, and Patty and Edward DeFabio, also of Rumson. Debbie O’Donoghue, chair of the FCS Board of Directors, and her husband John, both of Little Silver, will serve as honorary chairs of the event. The evening’s festivities include cocktails, dinner, and dancing to sounds of the popular band, New Life Crisis. In addition, there will be a raffle and live and silent auctions featuring hundreds of donated luxury items, tickets to professional sporting and entertainment events, and vacation destinations.
Opportunities are still available for underwriting, sponsorships, and auction donations. For more information about ‘An Evening of Southern Elegance’, or to receive an invitation, call 732-222-9111 ext. 134 or email at email@example.com.
About Family & Children’s Service
For more than 100 years, Family & Children’s Service (FCS) has served Monmouth County as a trusted and essential resource for individuals and families, helping countless people learn, grow, feel, age, and live better. Providing services and solutions through a wide variety of programs and volunteer efforts, FCS meets the diverse needs of area residents at all stages of their lives. While every FCS program is unique, each brings hope, compassion, and peace of mind to someone in need. FCS is the oldest non-profit organization in Monmouth County, and this longevity is a testament to its ability to address the needs of a changing society with integrity and compassion.
The Mission of Family & Children’s Service is to serve people at vulnerable times in their lives through education, intervention, care and counseling.
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