Check out photos from the CARE House of Oakland County’s 26th Annual Circle of Friends Luncheon at the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham.
The CARE House of Oakland County hosted its 26th Annual Circle of Friends Luncheon on April 21 at The Townsend Hotel in Birmingham.
The event, which raised funds for child abuse treatment and prevention programs, featured keynote speaker Sasha Joseph Neulinger, the founder and president of advocacy organization Voice For The Kids and head of production for Voice 1 Films, creator of the acclaimed film Rewind.
Rewind appeared nationally on PBS and also at the Tribeca Film Festival, receiving three Emmy nominations and a nomination for a Critics Choice Award.“Child abuse and neglect happens in every ZIP code in our community,” says Blythe Tyler, president and CEO, CARE House of Oakland County.
“This important film and the story behind it will help more in our community realize that unless we talk about this, it will remain hidden inside households everywhere. We’re going to help shed light and begin a conversation that we expect will begin an ongoing dialogue this year that could lead to help for more of our neighbors.”
The CARE House of Oakland County is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the safety of children through prevention, intervention, and treatment of child abuse and neglect. The organization is also committed to educating community members and empowering survivors.
Find out more about how you can give back at the CARE House Oakland County website.