Lake Wallenpaupack, PA, — On Friday, October 28, 2016, the fourth annual fundraising benefit “Jeans & Jewels” takes place at Silver Birches Resort on Lake Wallenpaupack.
In support of the non-profit crisis center located in Wayne County, Victims’ Intervention Program, this event commemorates the end of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The evening encompasses dinner, dancing, drinks and auctions, with music by Nicky Nick.
A sampling of items to be auctioned include:
- Weeklong stay in the Outerbanks
- Overnight stays and day passes at multiple water parks (Kalahari, Great Wolf and Aquatopia)
- Spa treatment at The Lodge at Woodloch
“It’s an extraordinary opportunity to show your support not only for victims of domestic violence, but for victims of sexual abuse, human trafficking and other serious crimes that VIP provides services to. Services at VIP are confidential and at no cost to the recipient. We strive to educate the community about violence, empower victims of violent crimes to make the best choices for their individual situations, and invite the community to envision a world without violence” reports Michele Minor Wolf, Executive Director of VIP.
Admission to Jeans & Jewels is $50 per person. To reserve your seat or for additional information on ways to help support this event by donating auction items, being a dinner sponsor or by advertising in the program booklet, please call 570-253-4401. The deadline for advertising is OCTOBER 4TH.
Victims’ Intervention Program is the only organization in Wayne County committed solely to providing education to the community and direct support to victims of violent crimes. Founded in 1988 as a grass roots organization made up of a handful of volunteers, Victims’ Intervention Program is a 501c3 organization which relies heavily on its fundraising efforts as well as volunteers from the community.
Checks are payable to Victims Intervention Program, PO Box 986, Honesdale, PA 18431.
If you would like more information about volunteering for VIP, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 570-253-4401.