Ministry Village ‘Restored’ Benefit Dinner and Silent Auction

On Thursday, November 6, 2014The Ministry Village will host its RESTORED Benefit Dinner and Silent Auction at the The Engine Room in Monroe. This fun and festive event kicks off at 6 pm with a reception and a silent auction, followed by dinner, entertainment and an exciting program highlighting the work of The Ministry Village. The Benefit serves as the nonprofit’s main fundraising event and brings together over 300 supporters, who gather for one evening to celebrate and raise resources for life-changing programs for our community.

Individual tickets are $25 per person and are available for purchase online at www.ministryvillagega.org/benefit.  Businesses can take advantage of the unique marketing opportunity through several levels of sponsorship. Sponsorship participation provides an opportunity to show support for the The Ministry Village and those participating, along with advertisement for your company.  All sponsorship levels include different forms of signage and advertising at the event and recognition in The Ministry Village publications. All levels include a table at the Benefit.

This year’s major sponsors are: Allgood Plumbing & Electric and First Baptist Church of Loganville.  For a full list of 2014 sponsors and event information, visit:www.ministryvillagega.org/benefit

About The Ministry Village

The Ministry Village is a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to bringing restoration to a community in need. This is accomplished by offering four main services to our community: The Vine (foster care support), Family Restoration Center (restoring families through supervised visitation), Hope House (professional counseling center) and Project Jumpstart (poverty alleviation program).

From individual counseling, to marital counseling, to family counseling, to play therapy, to adolescent therapy, to anger management, to substance abuse counseling, to supervised visitation, to caregiver support for grandparents and foster parents, to court mandated accountability programs, to accountability based redemption programs for the truly desperate desiring a different path like Project Jumpstart, The Ministry Village is an invaluable resource to the Walton County community from which NO ONE IS TURNED AWAY.

 

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