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Sheltering Arms Celebrates 135 Years Of Service At Annual Street Party On September 28
Premier Early Learning Center to Raise Funds for Children's Scholarships through an Evening of Live Entertainment, Open Bar, Gourmet Dining and Auctions
By: Sheltering Arms
"For 135 years, Sheltering Arms has been a place of safety, stability and success for tens of thousands of children and their families," said Blythe Keeler Robinson, president and CEO of Sheltering Arms. "Today, through our work, we are closing opportunity gaps for them by providing foundational tools needed to succeed, whether it's our well-defined curriculum, our engaging and nurturing learning environment, or our dedicated team of family support specialists with valuable connections to resources."
"The reality is that ninety percent (90%) of our children require financial assistance to attend our program," added Keeler Robinson. "Our hope is that dollars raised from this event will allow us to continue providing needs-based tuition scholarships so more families have access to a high-quality early education program for their little ones. What a great way to head into the next 135 years, preparing future generations for success in school and life!"
Tickets for the event are available for $200. Table host and sponsorship opportunities are still available in packages ranging from $3,500 to $50,000, offering a variety of benefits, including engagement opportunities and prominent name recognition. For more information about the event or to register, please visit https://shelteringarmsforkids.com/
Sheltering Arms closes opportunity gaps stemming from systemic racism by transforming the lives of children and their families through high-quality, equitable early childhood education and leadership in the field. Sheltering Arms embraces the whole family, providing a two-generation approach, working with the parents of up to 3,500 children and their families annually at 13 metropolitan Atlanta locations in Cobb, DeKalb, Douglas, Fulton, and Gwinnett counties. On average, children attending Sheltering Arms score in the 90th percentile for language and literacy, exceeding developmental milestones for kindergarten readiness. Visit www.shelteringarmsforkids.com for more information.
For more information, contact:
Jen Evans, Director of Marketing & Communications
Synergy PR Services
Page Updated Last on: Sep 20, 2023