94.7 WCSX Corvette For Kids
March 2, 2016
WCSX has partnered with Holy Cross Children’s Services to give Detroiters an opportunity to own a great Classic Car and help local Kids that are in need..
94.7 WCSX “Corvette For Kids” is a 1961 convertible Corvette that was donated to Holy Cross Children’s Service’s to be raffled off to one lucky winner with all proceeds going to the Kids that benefit from the great service Holy Cross Children’s Services provides.
Holy Cross Children’s Services will benefit from the proceeds of the “Corvette For Kids” Project and will be on-site selling raffle tickets at various WCSX events from now until Sept 10th, 2016. Raffle tickets are $10 each. You can also purchase them on-line at www.WCSX.com.
There are a few restoration opportunities for your organization if you would like to team up with WCSX and Holy Cross Children’s Services and would like to donate time, money or resources to the Project, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 248-586-2940.
Everyone is invited to follow the progress of the project by attending any of the WCSX “Corvette For Kids” events or visiting the WCSX web site at www.WCSX.com.
About Holy Cross Children’s Services:
Founded in 1948 by the Michigan Catholic Bishops, Knights of Columbus, and the Brothers of Holy Cross Notre Dame, Indiana, Holy Cross Children’s Services (HCCS) is one of the largest private providers of specialized schools and children’s services throughout Michigan. To give children their best chance at a successful life, HCCS advocates for Michigan’s forgotten children – the abused, abandoned and neglected – and provides a network of services across the state that includes: foster care, supervised independent living, specialized residential and day treatment services, community-based treatment services, onsite schools and neighborhood support centers. HCCS is accredited by CARF International (Commission Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities), which recognizes HCCS as having the highest levels of transparency, integrity, and personalized care of at-risk children within all HCCS programs. The HCCS website is www.nochildforgotten.org.