FSCA is very honored and excited to be able to enhance the work that the Born Free program does in the community.  The agency could not do what we do without the support of the community.  See the mlive article about this below!

“JACKSON, MI – The Country Club of Jackson’s annual women’s golf invitational raised $5,000 this month for Family Service and Children’s Aid of Jackson.

Membership Director Wendy Zaggy and a committee decided this year to use the money from hole sponsors and a raffle to give back to the community.

The money will benefit the Born Free Program, which provides help and support for expectant mothers struggling with substance abuse so their children are born free of drugs and alcohol.

“The participants as well as the businesses that contributed were overjoyed to give to such a worthy cause,” a statement reads.

Family Services and Children’s Aid CEO Dr. Robert Powell came July 15, to the country club, 3135 Horton Road, during the event luncheon to accept an oversized check.

The two-day event began July 14 and is organized for members at their teammates.

Event committee members included Jill McEldowney, Alison Spencer, Leslie Vermeulen and Nikki Weeks.

American Title, 208 W. Cortland St.; Emmons Service, 913 Water St.; and Vermeulen Furniture, 2105 W. Michigan Ave., contributed items for a raffle. ”

Source: http://www.mlive.com/news/jackson/index.ssf/2017/07/golf_event_raises_5000_to_help.html

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