Their years of extraordinary service to Angels’ Place have been critical to our mission of helping single parents complete their education and establish careers.
Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) July 29, 2011
Angels’ Place is thrilled to announce that in celebration of their incredible kindness and dedication to the mission of Angels’ Place, this year’s Halo Award will be presented to Dr. and Mrs. Norbert Winter.
Since 1984, Angels’ Place has provided free child care and other services to single parents who are low-income, full-time students. As Director Emerita and founder of Angels’ Place, Mrs. Mary Winter and her husband Dr. Norbert Winter have offered life-changing support to hundreds of individuals over the last 27 years. They will receive the Halo Award in recognition of their dedicated service and the aid they have given to two generations of parents in Pittsburgh.
“It’s more than a blessing to have Dr. and Mrs. Winter with our organization,” said Michelle Smith Tipton, Executive Director of Angels’ Place. “Their years of extraordinary service to Angels’ Place have been critical to our mission of helping single parents complete their education and establish careers.”
Dr. and Mrs. Winter, “Best Friends” of Angels’ Place, will be presented with the Halo Award by the Executive Board of Directors on Wednesday, November 2 at the LeMont Restaurant. The evening begins at 5:30 pm with a reception and auction, and the award presentation and dinner will take place at 7 pm. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Farmerie will chair the event, and Peggy Finnegan, WPXI-TV, will serve as Emcee.
All proceeds from the Halo Award Dinner underwrite the comprehensive program of Angels’ Place services, including no-pay child care accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. To reserve tickets, a portion of which is tax-deductible, please contact Michelle at (412) 321-4447 or visit http://www.blacktie-pittsburgh.com/rsvp and enter event code: Halo2011 to purchase tickets online.
For more information about the Halo Award Dinner, about enrolling at Angels’ Place, or about volunteer opportunities, please visit http://www.angelsplacepgh.org or call (412) 321-4447.
About Angels’ Place
Angels’ Place provides hope and support to single parents who are low-income, full-time students. The welcoming doors of Angels’ Place first opened in Pittsburgh in 1984 to provide these parents with the help needed to complete their education, establish careers, and become self-sufficient. With three area centers, Angels’ Place is a beacon of hope for two generations of young people.
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