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Celebration of Education Gala

Past Event on September 16, 2022

Published on August 9, 2022

Presented by PNC. An elegant evening (black-tie optional), that begins with a reception and dinner and continues with participant success stories, a keynote speaker, and the presentation of the Dr. Lucy M. Friebert, SCN Award, then followed by live entertainment and a dance party. This event draws over 500 guests who recognize the power of education to end poverty and promote financial independence for a lifetime and for generations to come.

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Wine, Women, and Shoes

Upcoming Event on March 3, 2023

Published on August 8, 2022

Chosen by The Voice as Best Girls’ Night Out (2017) and Best Fashion Show (2018, this annually sold-out event is a party on and for a mission. Guests sip fine wines, shop designer fashions, mingle with The Shoe Guys, enjoy a glamorous fashion show, bid on live and silent auction items, enter a raffle to win a $10,000 shopping spree, and enjoy each other’s company all while raising money for the programs and services at Family Scholar House.

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The Best Job I Never Knew I Needed

Published on April 28, 2022

Have you ever been to a place where you instantly felt like you belonged and don’t know how it took you so long to get there? In the small amount of time I’ve been employed at Family Scholar House, those are just a few things I reflect on almost everyday. I don’t think I could tell you specifics of the first time I interacted with Family Scholar House, but I can sure tell you about how much it has impacted me as of recently.

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Creating Your Career Road Map

Published on April 14, 2022

Art therapy is one of the many available resources we offer at Family Scholar House. Our art therapist works with our parents, children, and young adults to use self-expression through painting, drawing, and other artistic activities. 95% of our participants are survivors of domestic violence. With that being said, we have found many prefer processing their trauma through art. This is also a good way for us to work with our younger children, who may struggle using words to express their big emotions.

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Overcoming Obstacles

Published on February 14, 2022

I can not share my experience of motherhood without mentioning my experiences with the Family Scholar House and the impact it has had on me. My time within the program has been curated for my unique needs, and it provided an environment of grace.

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