April 1, 2019 (Maitland, FL)-- Hope for More Foundation recently raised $50,000 at their inaugural event, the Lexus of Orlando Anti-Gala presented by Kendrick Law Group benefitting Embrace Families. Today, the first day of National Child Abuse Prevention Month, Hope for More Foundation board members and volunteers presented Embrace Families with the proceeds from that event, which will help provide wrap-around services for Central Florida children who have faced abuse or neglect.
“We were thrilled to roll out this event where the generous members of our central Florida community could show up, have a great time and raise money for such a worthwhile organization! Less money went into the dress code so more money could go to our beneficiary and it was a huge success!”- Sarah Geltz, Hope for More Board President
“The ‘Anti-Gala’ hosted by Hope for More Foundation will have a very ‘pro-child’ result. Every dollar raised stays right here in Central Florida and directly benefits children in the foster care system. We are profoundly grateful for their dedication to our community and, most especially, their heart for helping our kids.”- Glen Casel, Embrace Families President & CEO
ABOUT HOPE FOR MORE:
Hope for More Foundation serves exceptional Central Florida non-profits by extending their advocacy, outreach and fundraising efforts. Hope for More specifically seeks to support organizations that:
Improve health and quality of life of sick, ailing or disabled children;
Improve access to education and resources for advocates and survivors of domestic violence;
Benefit and support Veterans and their families; and/or
Stabilize, support and provide opportunities for underprivileged children.
ABOUT EMBRACE FAMILIES:
Embrace Families CBC proudly serves as the state-designated lead agency for child welfare services in Orange, Osceola and Seminole Counties. The organization works to prevent child abuse and neglect, to strengthen families, and to care for our community’s children in foster care. Core programs include: foster home licensing, diversion/family support services, out-of-home services (foster care), kinship services, youth services, and adoption.