Park West Foundation will host "In Seventh Heaven", the second annual fundraiser benefiting "For The Seventh Generation". The event will take place on Saturday, April 25th at 6 pm. at Park West Gallery, 29469 Northwestern Highway in Southfield, Michigan. The highlight of the night already filled with community, arts, music, food and wine will be two auctions: a silent auction of unique items that can be viewed throughout the event and a live auction featuring among other items works of art donated by Albert Scaglione, founder and CEO of Park West Gallery, and his wife Mitsie Scaglione, executive director of Park West Foundation.
Tickets are $75 each or $600 for ten and can be purchased in advance at seventhheaven.cmarket.com. Ticket sales coupled with the funds raised from the auctions will allow "For The Seventh Generation" to hire some much needed administrative personnel so that it can continue to effectively provide its service of connecting children who are wards of the court with the volunteers who can best meet their unique needs.
For more information about the event, volunteer opportunities, and how to donate to "For The Seventh Generation", please email 7thGen[.]detroitlawyer.org or visit 7thGen.detroitlawyer.org.
About For The Seventh Generation
Founded in 2005, "For The Seventh Generation" is a program of the Detroit Metropolitan Bar Association in corporation with the 3rd Judicial Circuit Court of Michigan and the Michigan Department of Human Services. It is a community based volunteer program dedicated to fulfilling the individual needs of children who are wards of the juvenile court. "For The Seventh Generation" provides non-law related services to all neglect and abuse wards of the court by matching volunteer organizations and individuals with children and families in need, thus serving as a "clearing house" to efficiently bring children and community resources together.
About Park West Foundation
The Park West Foundation (parkwestfoundation.org) was formed in 2006 to provide assistance to children and families including foster care, family preservation, family life education, counseling, teen parent services, residential placement and adoption. The Park West Foundation also provides support for young women who have aged out of the foster care system. The foundation's goal is to create a more complete support system for these young women, and to eventually serve young men as well.