The Presbyterian Home for Children’s Sweet Home Soirée will be March 16 at The Club in Birmingham.
“The Soirée gives the Home the opportunity to recognize those individuals who have been faithful and impactful ministry partners enabling the continuing care of the precious children and youth entrusted to our care,” said Doug Marshall, president and CEO of the Home.
The Soirée will honor the Presbyterian Women of the Presbytery of Sheppards and Lapsley, who came together to raise the funds needed to form the Presbyterian Home for Children 155 years ago and have provided unwavering support ever since.
The Soiree will feature a plated dinner, live music, silent auction and live auction.
Anyone interested in attending or serving as a table host can sign up at the Home’s website page, www.phfc.org/phfcevents
Presbyterian Home for Children in Talladega, Alabama, is one of few organizations in the state caring for Alabama’s homeless boys and girls, along with their female caregivers in its Secure Dwellings Program. In its Residential Moderate Care Therapeutic Program, the Home also serves teenage girls who have previously experienced extreme trauma and or neglect. In addition, the Home serves young female adults in crisis through its Transition to Adult Living Program and families in crisis over seven counties through its In-Home Intensive Services, Family Bridges. Our Ascension Leadership Academy features a fully Cognia-accredited academic curriculum focusing on academics and leadership for our residential children and youth in addition to children and youth from the community.