Join Wolverine Human Services in marking its 30th anniversary of “Helping Children To Be Victors” on Friday, March 31, at the Detroit Athletic Club. Guests will enjoy cocktail hour and be able to take photos from 6:30- 7:30 p.m. in the library, with dinner and program following in the main ballroom. This year’s celebration will honor founder Robert Wollack with a video presentation — special guests, scholarships, and awards will also be presented during the evening. Sen. Debbie Stabenow will be presented with the Youth Advocacy Lifetime Achievement Award. Wolverine Human Services is the only child-welfare agency in the state of Michigan that provides a full continuum of care. Over 450 youth reside in its facilities on a daily basis. The organization’s community-based services include foster care, adoption, independent living, community support programs, and a soup kitchen. Residential services include maximum and low-security juvenile justice treatment centers, youth mental health treatment, residential foster care, and substance abuse treatment. Wolverine Human Services assists children and families in all 83 counties. Tickets are $150 each, or attendees may purchase a table of 10 for $1,250. To purchase tickets, become a sponsor, or make a donation to the scholarship fund, please contact Gail Gotthelf at firstname.lastname@example.org or 313-938-1343. For more information about Wolverine Human Services or to volunteer, visit wolverinehs.org.
$150/Ticket, $1,250/Table of 10
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