Community Spotlight: Dawson Place (11th Annual Transforming Hurt to Hope Luncheon)
Beresford Booth is the proud sponsor of the Keynote Speaker – Kevin McNeil of the Twelve Project – for the 11th Annual Transforming Hurt to Hope Luncheon on November 9th from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Edward Hansen Conference Center at Angel of the Winds Arena. If you want to join us, you can RSVP by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center
Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center is a special place where many child advocacy programs and agencies work together in the same building to bring better help to children in their own communities. They offer every service needed for victims of child sexual assault, physical abuse, and neglect including evaluation, intervention, treatment, education, investigation, prosecution, and advocacy in partnership. Their mission is to help hurting kids, seek justice, promote healthy families, and work tirelessly toward their ultimate vision of ending child abuse. Since opening in 2006, they have helped thousands of child victims transform hurt to hope and find safety, justice, and healing.
Kevin McNeil – CEO of the Twelve Project
This year’s Keynote Speaker Kevin McNeil is a transformational speaker, victim advocate, author, and CEO of The Twelve Project, an organization that educates the world on the effects of trauma and abuse on individuals, families, and communities. Kevin’s passion is to help others heal from the impact of trauma and abuse. He is a renowned speaker who shares lessons from his own life experiences that transform, motivate, and inspire an individual’s mindset and potential. We can’t afford to be silent when it comes to the issue of abuse. The Twelve Project, through partnerships with other organizations, provides fundamental training, workshops, conferences, and educational materials to the public to create a better tomorrow for today’s children.
Beresford Booth has been a longtime sponsor and continues to have the privilege to support the great work of Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center in Everett. Dawson Place is a non-profit organization that relies on the support of others to continue to do the great work they do helping children. You can learn more about Dawson Place and how to support them by visiting their website: https://www.dawsonplace.org/. Please join us and commit your support to the Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center. Donate here: https://www.dawsonplace.org/donate-now/