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PSFS Marks Sexual Assault Awareness Month with Annual Benefit and Awards Dinner

Project Sister Family Services (PSFS) will honor the Assistance League of Covina Valley and Jack and Jill of America, Inc. Pomona Area Chapter with Founder's Award on April 21, 2018, at Kellogg West Conference Center at 6 PM at the yearly fundraising event. The Founder's Award was established in 2001 and presented to organizations who made a significant contribution to PSFS over the past year and its mission.

As Julie Boynton, Executive Director, Project Sister Family Services, explains, “This is an opportunity to get to meet our agency managers and board of directors in addition to helping us raise additional funds for client services.”

The current national movements to raise awareness and break the silence of sexual assault and sexual harassment mean that the services provided by PSFS are more needed than ever.

The public is invited to attend the event program will feature music, dinner, and a live auction. Tickets cost $60 and require a reservation. For more information or to register, call the Project Sister Family Services at 909-623-1619.

About Project Sister Family Services
Project Sister Family Services aims to reduce the trauma and risk of sexual assault and child abuse in eastern Los Angeles and western San Bernardino counties. For over 45 years, PSFS has been the only state-designated provider of sexual assault crisis and prevention services in our 24 city service area. Services include crisis intervention and prevention services.

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Julie Boynton
Executive Director
Project Sister Family Services

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