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Providence House Celebrates 35th Anniversary at the "Launch to 40 Luncheon" April 22nd

Posted April 01, 2016 in Press Releases


Providence House, a Crisis Nursery dedicated to preventing child abuse and neglect, is celebrating 35 years of protecting over 8,000 of Greater Cleveland's at-risk children.

Providence House invites the community to celebrate its 35th anniversary at the "Launch to 40 Luncheon," presented by the Catanzarite Foundation. The event will celebrate the organization's accomplishments, share a day in life of a child at Providence House, and launch the plans for the agency's vision for growth over the next five years.

Hundreds of guests will gather to show their support for child abuse prevention in our community and to honor the selfless volunteers, community leaders and corporate partners that make the work of Providence House possible. This year's honorees include Joe Cimperman, Forest City Enterprises, and Saint Joseph Academy.


Renaissance Cleveland Hotel

Grand Ballroom

24 Public Square


Friday, April 22nd

Doors open at 11:30 a.m.

Lunch and program at noon

Media passes available. Please call Susie Bauer at 216.651.5982 x 226



Susie Bauer

216-651-5982 x 226

About Providence House

Providence House - Ohio's first Crisis Nursery - has cared for nearly 8,000 families and children in crisis since 1981. To provide the support so desperately needed by these children and their caregivers, Providence House has built a holistic, integrated program focused on both child abuse prevention and family preservation. Their unique Crisis Nursery Program is a comprehensive, crisis nursery service based on 35 years of experience, the latest child welfare research, and proven evidence-based programs and practices that can help prevent child abuse and neglect, reduce system involvement and foster care placements, and strengthen families in crisis. Visit for more information.

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