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Homefirst Presents An Evening of Thanks on Nov. 1

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Credits: Homefirst
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Who:  Homefirst: Interfaith Housing & Family Services

What:  An Evening of Thanks Culinary Extravaganza and Award Ceremony to help Homefirst, Inc. continue its mission of delivering solutions to homelessness and services to strengthen families and build communities. Enjoy outstanding cuisine prepared by Union County’s finest restaurants. Savor exceptional wine, beer and spirits. Have fun while supporting the work of Homefirst.

When:  November 1, 2017, from 6:00 to 9:30 p.m.

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Where:  Shackamaxon Country Club, 1607 Shackamaxon Drive, Scotch Plains, NJ 07076

Honorees:

  • Richard Brown, CEO & President, Monarch Housing ~ Housing & Advocacy Champion Monarch Housing works to ensure every person has quality affordable, permanent housing.
  • United Fund of Westfield ~ Philanthropic Champion United Fund of Westfield is a community resource for residents in need as well as those looking for ways to give back.
  • Daniel Serna ~ a HomefIrst Hero Daniel is a 15-year-old high school student who has led school supply drives for more than four years.

Contact:  For more information call (908) 444-7050; visit homefirstinc.org; or contact Zoraya E. Lee-Hamlin at (973) 332-4381 or zoraya@rayzo.com.

Our Vision:  It is the vision of Homefirst to be a leading collaborator that delivers real outcomes to the homelessness issue plaguing many of our communities. Homefirst strives to make it possible for every family to have safe, decent housing they can afford with family support services to create a home and a future filled with promise. We provide transitional, supportive and permanent housing, homelessness prevention assistance and services to individuals and families. Via individualized supportive and housing services, Homefirst’s ultimate goal is to foster self-sufficiency, thus building stronger communities.

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