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Gallery: Samaritas Raises $165,000 for Social Services at Detroit Athletic Club Benefit


November 06, 2019, 9:07 AM

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Samaritas, a nonprofilt a social service agency that offers services throughout Michigan for adoptions, foster care, senior living, job training and refugees, raised $165,000 at its annual fundraiser Friday night at the Detroit Athletic Club.

The fundraiser included a silent auction and raffle for gifts from restaurants and jewelry stores. One raffle prize was a $10,000 diamond. The emcee was WXYZ's Alicia Smith.

Samartias also offers community services, prison-to-community reintegration for women and the state's largest homeless family shelter program.

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Lots of great silent auction items including sports tickets, jewlery, art & more.

Painter, Kyle Irving, doing a live painting to be auctioned at the end of the night.

Live music from the band "MerakSoul"

Awards being handed out for the nights award ceremony.

UAW Local 163 – Alfreada Wallace & Ralph Morris accepts the Volunteer Partner Award.

Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church – Nik Schillack accepting the Congregational Partner Award.

Thrivent Financial – Linda Voss accepting the Great Ambassador Partner Award.

Huntington National Bank – Sandy Pierce accepting the Corporate Partner Award.

Jason and Chapri Paulateer speak their story of adoption through Samaritas with their children on stage.

Auctioneer, Chris Aslanian, getting the crowd bidding on vacation packages.

Emcee, Alicia Smith from WXYZ Channel 7, announcing the fundraiser's initial count of charitable money donations.

Kyle Irving presenting the final outcome of his live painting for Auction.

Winner, Cynthia Lucido, takes home the $10,000 Diamond provided by Michael Angelo Jewlers in Saint Clair Shores, MI.

 


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