CPC’s “Bermuda Nights” Benefit will be held on Friday, July 28, 2017 at Navesink Country Club in Middletown. This exciting evening will include the great music of Bobby Bandiera with a night of dancing and an array of delicious food – all for a great cause.
CPC Behavioral Healthcare will honor members of the community. Tom Duffy, CFP of Oceanport and Marie Noglows of Fair Haven are co-chairing the 2017 CPC Benefit. Tom Duffy states, “I am honored to lead this important effort to raise funds to provide counseling services which will give people in our community an opportunity for hope and recovery.”
Marie Noglows expressed her dedication to CPC’s mission explaining that “proceeds from this event will help our local youth and young adults succeed at home and in school, build fulfilling and lasting social relationships and live the opportunities that are presented to them by providing vital mental health counseling and psychiatric services.”
Along with great food, auctions and dancing, the evening will celebrate the service and contributions of: Raymond Eckhoff, Rumson; Cowan, Gunteski & Co., P.A., Tinton Falls and Toms River; Two River Community Bank, Tinton Falls; and Lori and Jim Romer, Howell. CPC will also celebrate the dedication and commitment of retiring Trustees for over a collective century of service: Lois Broder, Shrewsbury; Alfred Ferguson, Rumson; A. Van. R. Halsey, Rumson; and Bruce Larsen, Ph.D., Point Pleasant.
Back by popular demand is the “Dine Around” Restaurant Raffle, a chance to win a package of thirteen restaurant gift certificates valued at $2,300 for only a $25 donation. A wide variety of enticing items including theater tickets, restaurant gift certificates and rounds of golf will also be available in the silent auction.
CPC Behavioral Healthcare is a community-based, non-profit healthcare provider serving the Monmouth County community since 1960. The Agency hosts several events each year to raise funds in support of its mission: to serve its communities by delivering evidence-based services in mental health, substance abuse, special education and physical health through an integrated system of care designed to promote wellness, recovery and productive lives.
For more information or to purchase tickets online, visit cpcbehavioral.org or call the Development office at 732.935.2222.