FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: January 14, 2013
Contact: Luisa Vroman, Director of Development
The Turning Point Hosts Fundraiser to Benefit LADACIN Network
Wanamassa: The Turning Point Restaurants, renowned locally for their fresh, delicious fare, friendly staff and comfortable atmosphere, will host a weekend fundraiser on January 26th and 27th to benefit LADACIN Network.
The Turning Point locations in Holmdel, Long Branch, Little Silver, Manalapan and Brick will host “Eat, Drink and Be Caring…Serving the Mission of LADACIN Network”. This will be the seventh annual event to support the agency’s educational, therapeutic, social, residential and support services. Over its six years, the event has raised over $46,800.
The success of the fundraiser is owed to the warmth and enthusiasm of The Turning Point staff members and owner, Kirk Ruoff. Managers visit LADACIN’s schools and Technical Education Centers to learn first-hand about the Agency’s mission. They raise awareness and rally support for LADACIN by promoting the fundraiser to its patrons. The Turning Point will give guests a gift card for two free entrees on a future visit in return for a donation of $20 or more to LADACIN.
LADACIN Network serves over 3,000 infants, children and adults with cerebral palsy and other multiple physical and developmental disabilities in Monmouth and Ocean Counties.
For more information, call Luisa Vroman, Director of Development at 732-493-5900, ext 266 or visit www.ladacin.org. For more information on the Turning Point Restaurants, go to www.theturningpoint.biz.