11th Annual Pull! for Kids helps support Child Safe’s foster care and mentoring programs for at-risk children

Sporting clays tournament returns to the Detroit Gun Club on September 24

Media Contact: Barbara Fornasiero, EAFocus Communications; barbara@eafocus.com; 248.260.8466; Katie Groves, Child Safe Michigan; kgroves@childsafemichigan.org; 248.554.6435

Royal Oak, Mich.—September 2, 2020—Child Safe Michigan, an affiliate of Judson Center, announced its annual Pull! for Kids fundraiser is scheduled for Thursday, September 24, at the Detroit Gun Club in Walled Lake. New COVID-19 precautions will be implemented this year to ensure that social distancing and CDC safety protocols are followed for the enjoyment of participants.

“Events that support Child Safe Michigan are critical to funding our ongoing child welfare services,” Judson Center President and CEO Lenora Hardy-Foster said. “We are so grateful to our longstanding donors and to those who are just getting to know Child Safe and Judson Center and the many ways that we help keep Michigan children and families safe and healthy.”

Now in its 11th year, the sporting clays tournament benefits Child Safe Michigan programs and services that ensure abused and at-risk children in Southeast Michigan continue to have the security and protection they need in order to live healthy and happy lives. Last year, the organization provided foster care services to 110 children, matched 70 mentors and mentees, and helped 26 children find forever homes through adoption.

“We are happy to celebrate 11 years of presenting Pull! for Kids,” said event chair Joe Yamin. “This annual event has a strong history of making a difference in the lives of children who are suffering through traumatic experiences by supporting Child Safe Michigan with the resources needed to give these children a safe home and real hope for the future.”

Pull! for Kids is presented by Huron Valley Guns. All skill levels are welcome to this action-packed tournament, featuring 75 rounds of sporting clays. Each team will be provided with targets, all standard ammunition, ear and eye protection, shooting cart and a puller for assistance. After the tournament, participants will enjoy a delicious meal and awards program.


Details of Child Safe Michigan 11th Annual Pull! for Kids Sporting Clays Tournament When: Thursday, September 24, 2020

Time: 1:30 p.m. Registration; 3 p.m. Main Event

Location: Detroit Gun Club, 2775 Oakley Park Road, Walled Lake, Michigan 48390 Tickets: $400 per shooter or $2,400 for teams of six; sponsorships are still available.

Registration: For more information or to register by September 18, please visit https://www.childsafemichigan.org/pull-for-kids/.

Questions: Katie Groves, Child Safe Michigan, kgroves@childsafemichigan.org or 248-554-6435


About Child Safe Michigan

Child Safe Michigan, an affiliate of Judson Center, provides foster care, adoption, and mentoring services to neglected and abused children in Southeast Michigan. More than just meeting the basic requirements, Child Safe provides safety and stability allowing children to grow and thrive in our care.
Visit https://www.childsafemichigan.org/ to learn more.


About Judson Center

Judson Center, trusted by Michigan families for more than 95 years, is a non-profit human service agency that provides expert, comprehensive services that strengthen children, adults and families impacted by abuse and neglect, autism, developmental, behavioral and physical health challenges so they can achieve whole health, well-being, and maximum potential. Judson Center also offers integrated primary healthcare for all through Judson Center Health in Warren and is a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC). Since opening its doors in 1924, Judson Center has grown to change the lives of over 12,000 children, adults, and families each year. Judson Center has offices in Genesee, Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw, and Wayne counties. Headquarters are located at 30301 Northwestern Highway, Suite 100, Farmington Hills, MI 48334-3277. Learn more at https://www.judsoncenter.org/.



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