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Come Together to End Child Abuse in Whatcom & Skagit Counties

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January 12, 2017
Brigid Collins Family Support Center invites you to join the revolution to end child abuse by attending their annual benefit auction on Saturday, March 11, 2017.
 
Held at the Silver Reef Hotel Casino Spa, join a group of amazing champions of children for an evening of fun, love and charitable giving.
 
The ‘All We Need is Love’ 60’s inspired event will feature approximately 200 silent and live items, a dessert dash and paddle raise.  There will be something for everyone at this event, which culminates with a dance party that will make attendees want to twist and shout.
 
Proceeds raised at the event go toward providing programs that focus on parent coaching, child abuse prevention and advocacy, as well as therapeutic groups for children.  Brigid Collins also offers services that provide justice and healing for children if abuse does occur.
 
Tickets are $95 per person; $950 per table of ten.  Attendees can register at http://www.brigidcollins.org/auction-1/ or by calling 734-4616.
 
We encourage everyone to come together for the children in our community who need it the most.
 
MORE ABOUT BRIGID COLLINS:
Brigid Collins Family Support Center is a commitment-based organization causing the end of child abuse. We envision a world that cares for and nurtures all of its children and share a dedication to this vision's fulfillment.

Originally founded in Bellingham, Washington in 1990, Brigid Collins Family Support Center is the legacy of a core group of volunteers who had a hope of better coordinating the community's response to child sexual abuse. 

Today, we have grown to serve more than 2,000 families each year throughout the Northwest corner of Washington. We continue to carry out our original mission by coordinating the Children's Advocacy Centers in both Whatcom and Skagit Counties and working closely with local law enforcement jurisdictions, prosecuting attorneys, medical providers, child protection workers and therapists from both counties.