My Sisters’ Place Commemorates Dream Maker Donor Wall
with NY Giants CEO & Co-Owner John Mara

NY Giants John Mara Dream Maker Donor Wall Dedication 6.3.15(Left to right: Patti Moores, MSP Board of Directors; Karen Cheeks-Lomax, MSP CEO, John Mara, President of New York Giants and Leslye Katz, MSP Chair of the Board of Directors)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

White Plains, NY (June 22, 2015) – On Wednesday, June 3, New York Giants CEO and Co-Owner John Mara joined My Sisters’ Place (MSP) for the dedication of its new emergency residential shelter and to commemorate the installation of the MSP Dream Maker Donor Wall.

“Our long lasting partnerships with the New York Giants and the Mara Family are key to our ability to promote awareness around the issues of domestic violence and human trafficking and to make significant social change in communities, encompassing all age groups,” said MSP CEO Karen Cheeks-Lomax, Esq.

As MSP partners, the New York Giants have been proactive with promoting awareness and taking a stand against the harsh realities of these issues as professionals, fathers, brothers, husbands and leaders for over 18 years.

“My Sisters’ Place is providing critical life-changing services. We are proud to stand strong with this organization and thrilled to be represented and included in the Dream Maker Donor Wall,” said John Mara.

In 1977, My Sisters’ Place, originally the Yonkers’ Women’s Task Force, opened its first safe home. Thirty-eight years later, MSP is proud to have increased its capacity to serve more individuals and families in crisis across Westchester County and the greater New York area.

For more information about The Dream Maker Donor Wall and other giving opportunities, please visit http://mspny.org/news/new-shelter-campaign.

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About My Sisters’ Place
Since 1976, My Sisters’ Place (MSP) has worked to change the way our community thinks about violence in intimate relationships and combat the effects of domestic violence and human trafficking. Holistic services include:  a 24/7 crisis hotline, two emergency residential shelters, one-on-one and group counseling for adults and children, a Center for Legal Services, professional outreach and a vibrant tween/teen education and prevention program. MSP strives to engage each member of society in their work so that all relationships can embrace the principles of respect, equality, and peacefulness.

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