Friday, April 19, 7pm
On Thursday, May 11th Christ’s Home held its annual Spring Fundraising Dinner at its Community Center on the Children’s Campus in Warminster, PA.
A sold-out crowd of supporters were moved by the inspirational music and testimony of award-winning Christian recording artist, Mark Schultz. Mark’s personal story focused on the caring and compassion of the parents who adopted him and another couple who informally adopted him when he started out in Nashville trying to make it as a new recording artist. He also shared the story of how he and his wife adopted two children (one from China) after having two of their own biological children. He encouraged the audience to be “all in” when they saw a need – including the need for supporting Children’s Services at Christ’s Home.
George Zauflik, Vice President of Corporate Relations, served as the master of ceremonies. John Bryant, President and CEO, spoke to the crowd about the life-changing work Christ’s Home does in providing services for the disadvantaged children in its care. Jim McGovern, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, shared an update on construction of the new suite apartments on the retirement community campus which will be available in the spring of 2024.
Retirement campus residents, friends, staff, and donors in attendance made generous contributions to the renovation of the boys’ teen cottages on the Children’s Campus.
Flik Catering provided a delicious dinner and many staff members worked hard to make the event a success.
Sponsors for the Spring Fundraising Dinner were Eyewatch Protection, Bohler, The Carpet Shop, The Center Consulting Group, Grove Supply, The Misner Group Keller Williams The Perfect Plan, Inc., and The Tustin Group.
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