DENVER, Colo., February 15, 2019 – Mount Saint Vincent, a leading treatment and service provider for children facing severe emotional or behavioral challenges due to trauma, mental illness, abuse, or neglect, announced it will host an informative and inspiring fundraising luncheon on Thursday, May 9, 2019, at the PPA Event Center in Denver, Colorado.
The first part of the “Take a Breath” program will feature guest speaker Sue Kenfield, M.A., founder and CEO of See It Thrive. Sue is a national speaker and consultant who will discuss how people can harness their personal power in order to positively shape the trajectory of their lives. In the second half of the program, Sue will be joined by Ember Beamon-Guerra, a child trauma survivor and former Mount Saint Vincent resident, and moderator Cindy Liverance, Mount Saint Vincent’s Director of Development. Through a relaxed, conversational format, the speakers will discuss ways for people to manage stress, create meaningful experiences, and use social connections to bring richness to their lives.
“In today’s hectic and fast-paced world, it’s important that we take time to focus on our own health, wellbeing, and personal fulfillment” said Director of Development Cindy Liverance. “We hope our guests will gain insight on how to live lives of meaning and purpose as well as feel moved to help child victims of abuse and neglect.”
All proceeds from the event will benefit children receiving services from Mount Saint Vincent. Individual luncheon tickets are $45; corporate sponsorships start at $500. Visit MSVhome.org/breath for details.
About Mount Saint Vincent
Mount Saint Vincent, Denver-based nonprofit founded in 1883 by the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, provides clinical treatment and support services for children facing severe emotional and behavioral challenges due to trauma, mental illness, abuse, or neglect. Mount Saint Vincent is a leader in the application of the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT) and trauma-informed care. Mount Saint Vincent’s continuum of care includes foster care services, residential treatment, day treatment, in-home therapy, short-term stabilization, community training, a K-8 school, and community early learning center. For more information, visit msvhome.org.
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