Borgata is thrilled to support The Center for Family Services during the resort’s 12 Days of Giving campaign. The Center For Family Services is an innovative non-profit organization dedicated to improving lives. Borgata donated 220 duffle bags for the Center’s “Duffle Bag Project,” providing luggage for children transitioning from emergency housing to their long-term home.
With services across New Jersey and a history dating back to 1920, The Center For Family Services is committed to uplifting individuals and families through an innovative continuum of care. Each year, more than 300 children and teens find temporary safe housing at The Center for Family Services. During their stay, children are provided with a stable foundation that allows them to heal, grow, and experience joy. Services help to instill confidence and self-worth, empowering youth to pave their path to a better life and brighter future. The Duffle Bag Project provides kids with a sensible means to transport their belongings as they transition to a caring home.
Whether it’s a child who is ready for preschool, a young person in need of the support of a mentor, a teen without a safe place to call home, a family facing the trauma of domestic violence, a person seeking help for an addiction, or a family in crisis, The Center for Family Services’ dedicated staff are there to help. They heal, educate, and protect children and families. Their goal is to break the cycle of poverty, violence, trauma, and addiction and to help people to overcome obstacles, to find comfort, and to build the foundation for a successful future.
For more information on Center for Family Services, visit their website.