East Brunswick invited to raise a glass in support of local kids

April 24, 2017 by  

An event has been planned for the East Brunswick area that will give people an opportunity to raise a glass in support of children in the state’s foster care system.

The Toast 2017 Sip, Savor, Safeguard fundraiser has been planned in support of the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program of Middlesex County. It will take place in Steakhouse 85, and will include a luxurious brunch with all the extras, as well as champagne toasts and an opportunity to bid on an assortment of items during the silent auction. Both state and local community leaders will be participating, and this year’s honoree is Amy Mansue, who is RWJ Barnabas Health’s president for its southern region.

The monies raised will be contributed to the CASA of Middlesex County, which will utilize them to help fund its initiative. One of its mandates is to supply children who are currently in foster care with an adult advocate who will solely act on their behalf and best interests. Variable data printing can be used by the organizers of a function like this to craft individually addressed invitations for each of the group’s supporting members.

The luncheon has been planned for May 7th in Steakhosue 85, which can be found at 85 Church Street in New Brunswick. Anyone who is interested in attending, or who would like additional details, has been asked to visit the organizer’s website.