A Safe Haven for Newborns Announces our Second Annual “A Wonderland in Safe Haven” Gala

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Please join us for this exquisite evening.

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The Gloria M. Silverio Foundation a 501(c)3, A Safe Haven for Newborns, is celebrating saving over 180 babies lives. The foundation is dedicated to saving the precious lives of newborns from the dangers of abandonment and assisting pregnant girls and women in crisis.

Please join us at our Second Annual “A Wonderland in Safe Haven” Gala fundraiser at the spectacular Hyatt Pier Sixty-Six in Fort Lauderdale, Saturday, December 1, 2012 for an exquisite evening. All of the money raised from this fundraising event will go to benefit the Gloria M. Silverio Foundation — A Safe Haven For Newborns. The Gloria M. Silverio Foundation will be recognizing and honoring Dr. Francisco A. Medina, Medical Director of Pediatric Emergency Services, Homestead Hospital, Linda S. Quick, President of South Florida Hospital & Healthcare Association, and Sheriff Al Lamberti, Sheriff of Broward County for their outstanding dedication, benevolence and commitment to making a difference and impacting A Safe Haven for Newborns.

This event will feature a cocktail reception, silent auction, dinner, dancing, and a tribute ceremony.

Items included in the auction consist of premier restaurants, hot spots, spas and sports packages.

It is our sincere hope that we can count on your support of this very worthy cause whether it is through sponsorship, program ads, tickets or auction items. Without YOU, we could not do it! If you require further information, please do not hesitate to contact us at 305-882-1304 ext. 103 or email us at safehaven(at)asafehavenfornewborns(dot)com

Please send all donations to The Gloria M. Silverio Foundation, 6801 N.W. 77th Avenue, Suite 404, Miami, Florida 33166. If you have any questions, or would like to get involved in other ways, please do not hesitate to contact us at http://www.asafehavenfornewborns.com

In supporting The Gloria M. Silverio Foundation, you are helping to eliminate infant abandonment in Florida through education, prevention and community involvement and to assist pregnant girls and women to realize a productive future.

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