Park West CARES Gives to Vista Maria

 In Park West CARES, Philanthropy

For a fifth consecutive week, the Park West Gallery summer initiative, Park West CARES, made a major donation of items last Friday.

Park West Gallery, Park West CARES, Vista Maria

Park West Gallery volunteers load a truck with clothing being given to Vista Maria.

Close to 1,000 articles of clothing were given to Vista Maria on August 20. Throughout the summer months of July and August, Park West CARES has donated clothing to a number of non-profit organizations and plans to extend the summer initiative into the fall. Upcoming donations include Covenant House, Counterpoint Crisis Shelter and Genesis One Transitional Youth Center.

About Vista Maria
Vista Maria’s mission is to heal Michigan’s victimized girls and women with best-practice treatment programs designed to meet their unique needs while serving other vulnerable children and families within Southeast Michigan. Vista Maria’s success is based on the philosophy of Saint Mary Euphrasia Pelletier, who founded the Sisters of the Good Shepherd – the community of women who founded Vista Maria. Her compassion, empathy, and interest in helping marginalized women and children evolved out of her own experience as a troubled adolescent. Therapy at Vista Maria is designed around each girl’s individual experiences and needs. This encompasses a variety of activities that address the physical, spiritual, intellectual, and recreational well-being of the girls. For more information, please visit

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