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"A Tree Grows In Pleasantville" Cocktail Reception

A Tree Grows in Pleasantville

The Eighth Annual Cocktail Party
to Benefit The Cottage Schools

SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 2013
Cocktails & Hors d’œuvres

If you would like to attend this event you can purchase tickets online.
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If you cannot attend the event, please consider making a donation.
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The Cottage Schools — Pleasantville Cottage School, Edenwald Center, and Pleasantville Diagnostic Center — are residential treatment programs of Jewish Child Care Association. We work with hundreds of abused and neglected inner city youth who need a safe and structured environment while they work to resolve their difficulties and build an independent future.

There is a $1 million gap between government funding and necessary expenses. This is why we need your help. Every dollar raised will go directly into programs to give help and hope to these young people throughout the year.

You can make a difference

Attend The Event — Purchase tickets and join us for a festive winter evening with cocktails, hors d’œuvres, and entertainment.

Make An Additional Donation — Plant a seed of hope for our youth by making an additional gift and watch your investment bloom throughout the seasons. You can enclose a gift with your reply, make a donation or pledge on the night of the event, or donate online at jccany.org/tree.

Become A Sponsor — Consider joining our list of major contributors whose support is vital to the youth we serve.

Whatever the season, every child deserves to grow up hopeful

Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall — Your gift really matters

$5,000  

Four Seasons — A year of life programming for one campus resident that includes field trips, educational explorations, sporting events, dances, holiday parties, and special events for Mother’s Day and Father’s Day

$2,500  

Winter — Jackets, boots, scarves, and hats for one cottage

$1,000  

Spring — Uniforms and equipment for a sports team

$500  

Summer — Stipend for one youth in the Work Internship Program for eight weeks

$250  

Fall — New school outfits, books, and school supplies

The Cottage Schools
www.jccany.org

For information about the event, call 212-558-9908 or email tree@jccany.org.

Date: Saturday, January 12, 2013
Time: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

We're sorry, the deadline for buying tickets for this event has passed.

 

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