PHOENIX, March 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Since 1986, FIBCO Family Services, Inc. a 501(c)(3) non-profit, serves the community through four main program areas: Food and Clothing Distribution, African Immigrant and Refugee Support Services, Job Readiness Programming, and Affordable Housing for Individuals with Disabilities and Youth in Foster Care. Through these programs, FIBCO provides services to hundreds of individuals and families each and every week.
Founded in December 1986 by Dr. Warren H. Stewart, Sr., Senior Pastor of First Institutional Baptist Church, FIBCO's presence in downtown Phoenix, has allowed it to stand as a beacon of light and hope in the heart of the city for 30 years.
On April 1st, FIBCO will be celebrating its 30th anniversary with a recognition banquet at The Hope Center, located at 1141 East Jefferson St. in Phoenix, Arizona, from 11:30 am until 2:00 pm. "The event is open to the public and will be the first of many events highlighting the efforts of an organization dedicated to improving the lives of people in our community, especially those that are vulnerable or underserved," says Damara Lotten, Executive Director of FIBCO. Individual tickets are $30 dollars. Sponsorship opportunities are also available at the table, gold, and platinum levels for donations of $500, $1,000, and $2,500 respectively. Tickets are only available through website purchase at www.fibco.org.
FIBCO aims to serve as a catalyst for bringing organizations and groups together in collaborative partnerships in order to leverage resources and more effectively address the needs of our community.
FIBCO's VALUES: Respect - Treat everyone with respect and appreciate individual difference. Carefully consider the impact of program decisions on our staff, volunteers and people we serve. Integrity - Do not compromise morals or ethical principles, and expect to be measured by what we do as well as what we say. Excellence - Be strategically directed in the pursuit of excellence; empower clients to be self-sufficient through services based on sound program practices and outcomes. Unity - Commit to forging public and private partnerships that include diversity, trust, goodwill and reciprocity. Service - Commit to meeting the needs of the community-at-large without regards to race, color, ethnicity or religious preference.
For more information on The FIBCO 30th Anniversary Celebration, visit www.fibco.org or call Damara Lotten, Executive Director at 602-385-3902.
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