ECF enters partnership, plans recognition luncheon

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The Exceptional Children’s Foundation’s inaugural Business Partner Recognition Luncheon is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, May 19 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Killer Shrimp Restaurant located on 4211 Admiralty Way in Marina del Rey. Four ECF business par tners will be selected to receive special recognition at the event, which will be hosted by master of ceremonies Jim Hill of CBS-2 TV Sports Director. Tex Boggs, President of Antioch University Los Angeles, will deliver the keynote address.

In addition, the luncheon will thank and recognize more than 70 ECF business partners, including: on-site work activity program (PAR) which provides competitively-priced packaging and assembly ser vices for local and regional business; and the Supported Employment program, which works with local businesses to place qualified job candidates into community jobs.

Also, philanthropic partners who of fer financial and in-kind support to help fulfill ECF’s mission will be acknowledged. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet and network with local and regional businesses.

ECF transforms the lives of people with special needs by providing a continuum of services that empower clients to live rich, rewarding, and independent lives. More than 3,700 young children, students, adults and their families’ access specialized programming each year via 15 service sites throughout Los Angeles County.

Since 1946, ECF has partnered with families and community stakeholders to ensure that people of all abilities are valued and integrated in educational, social, work, and residential settings. ECF is located at 8740 Washington Blvd. in Culver City. For more information persons interested can call Director of Market- ing and Communications Debbie Laskey at (310) 845-8067 or via email at dlaskey@ecf.net.

More information is available at: www.ECF.net and on Face- book at www.Facebook.com/ ConnectwithECF.

ECF enters partnership, plans recognition luncheon