Little Fork Family Advocacy Center receives nearly $100,000 of support

Cincinnati Eastside Rotary held its annual gala at the Oasis Conference Center in Loveland, Ohio on Friday, August 13 with food, drinks, and fun and mesmerizing illusions. Cincinnati news anchor, Sheree Paolello, served as master of ceremonies while mind reader and best-selling author, Daniel Schaffer, headlined an interactive show to highlight the evening of fellowship.

The gala raised nearly $100,000 to support the Little Fork Family Advocacy Center. A special thanks to platinum sponsors Lykins Energy Solutions, Miller Valentine Group, Sporty’s and Park National Bank.

The Little Fork Family Advocacy Center is envisioned to be a safe shelter in the community where a variety of specialists and support resources come together to address problems such as domestic violence, physical and sexual abuse, suicide and drug addiction. The collaborative initiative includes Child Focus, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), Mayerson Center for Safe and Healthy Children (Cincinnati Children’s Hospital), law enforcement agencies, mental health professionals and Child Protective Services all in one location.

Nearly 300 guests attended Cincinnati Eastside Rotary’s annual gala benefiting the Little Fork Family Advocacy Dinner.

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