PRESS RELEASE: TJX Foundation presents $9,000 grant to the Crisis Center for South Suburbia

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 24, 2017

CONTACT:
Jay Capron
708-429-7255 ext. 135

TJX Foundation presents $9,000 grant to the Crisis Center for South Suburbia

Funds to be used for CCSS Emergency Residential Shelter Program

 (Tinley Park, IL) — The Crisis Center for South Suburbia (CCSS) was recently awarded a grant in the amount of $9,000 for the CCSS Emergency Residential Shelter Program from the TJX Foundation on behalf of the Marshall’s Regional Targeting Program.

In the U.S., the mission of The TJX Foundation is to help families who need it most build a better future – a future where families’ and children’s critical basic needs are met and where they have access to the opportunities they need to succeed and thrive. TJX Foundation provides grants to non-profit organizations that focus on: ‘Basic Needs for Those in Poverty’, ‘Education and Training for At-Risk Young People’, and ‘Safety From Domestic Violence’.

Pictured from left to right – Tonya Schassenberg – CCSS Director of Residential Services, Keith Tobar District Loss Prevention Manager Marshalls, Harry O’Field – Store Manager Orland Park Marshalls, Heather Comiskey – District Manager Marshalls, Pamela Kostecki – CCSS Executive Director and Tony Rhatigan – Store Manager Downers Grove Marshalls

Team leaders enjoyed a tour of the CCSS facility and learned more about the mission and vision of CCSS.  CCSS Executive Director Pam Kostecki said, “This generous donation from the TJX Foundation will help us to provide emergency shelter and other essential services for individuals and families victimized by domestic violence. We are very thankful to be awarded this grant and we will work hard to make every dollar count.”

The Crisis Center for South Suburbia’s mission is to provide emergency shelter and other essential services for individuals and families victimized by domestic violence and to address the societal issues that contribute to domestic violence.

Visit www.crisisctr.org for more information on the Crisis Center for South Suburbia, ways to support its mission, and the services it provides.

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