Park West Gallery Goodwill Mission Continues

 In Park West CARES, Philanthropy

Every Friday since July 23, Park West Gallery‘s goodwill initiative,  Park West CARES, has donated hundreds of essential items to local nonprofit organizations.

Park West Gallery, Albert Scaglione, Mitsie Scaglione, Counterpoint Shelter & Crisis Center

Left to right: Starfish Family Services Program Manager Cheree Madison and Counterpoint Shelter & Crisis Center Program Supervisor Gloria Gibson with Mitsie and her husband Albert Scaglione, CEO of Park West Gallery (September 17, 2010).

On Friday, September 17, Park West CARES continued its mission by giving dozens of clothing items to the Counterpoint Shelter & Crisis Center, a program of Starfish Family Services.

Park West CARES has additional donations scheduled throughout the coming weeks at other local nonprofit organizations.

If you know of a charitable organization that would benefit from Park West CARES, please contact Raquel Fournier at rfournier@parkwestgallery.com or call (248) 204-6844.

About Counterpoint Shelter & Crisis Center
Counterpoint Shelter & Crisis Center, a program of Starfish Family Services, helps families work through their problems and stay together by providing safe, temporary shelter and services for youth, ages 10 through 17, with counseling and support for their families.

About Starfish Family Services
Starfish Family Services is a private, nonprofit human service agency, serving children, youth, adults and families from throughout Southeastern Michigan. The organization was created by the 1998 merger of two long-established human service agencies – Youth Living Centers and Northwestern Community Services. Starfish Family Services, “continuum of care” is a source for education and training, counseling and treatment, respite and support, inspiration and opportunity for children, parents and other community members. For more information, please visit www.starfishonline.org.


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