The Crime Victims’ Center of Chester County – a private, community-based nonprofit that serves victims of all types of crime – will host a Night of Hope Gala on Friday, Nov. 3 at 6:30 PM at the American Helicopter Museum in West Chester.
The event includes an open bar (beer and wine) all evening, appetizers and desserts from around the county, a buffet dinner by Arianna’s Gourmet Café, music, a photo booth, and a silent auction. And new to this year’s gala is a live auction.
Since its founding in 1973, the CVC has helped thousands of victims in Chester County with immediate and continued help. A model organization, the CVC provides free, immediate, and confidential crisis response and compassionate support to children and adults impacted by crime and violence.
It provides assistance through counseling, advocacy, resources, and education, and fosters community awareness and understanding through its comprehensive outreach and prevention programs.
“While we hope and pray you never have to use our services, we encourage you to support them with your time, your talents, and your contributions,” said Christine Zaccarelli, who will begin her tenure as the CVC’s CEO on Nov. 1.
“Our staff and volunteers quietly help thousands of your friends and neighbors through what is often one of the most difficult periods of their lives. We take pride in our work, our commitment to the community, and our roots in Chester County.”
The CVC’s ability to provide services relies entirely upon government agencies, foundations, and local groups, as well as the generosity of volunteers, individuals, businesses, and organizational partners within the community.
The CVC would like to thank the following event sponsors:
Gold Level Sponsors:
- Bentley Systems
- Krapf School Bus
- Sue and Steve Gast
Bronze Level Sponsors:
- Marks Jewelers
- Traditional Okinawan Karate Institute
Sponsorship opportunities are still available. To inquire, contact Laura Simpson, Marketing and Development Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Click here to purchase tickets to the Night of Hope Gala or to donate to the Crime Victims’ Center of Chester County.