Monthly E-newsletter                                                         August 2014

Thank you for your continued support of PEI Kids! We have some exciting news for you this month.

9th Annual Wine & Food Tasting Fundraiser

You're Invited!
On Friday, October 17, 2014, PEI Kids will host its 9th Annual Food & Wine Tasting Fundraiser at Ronson Aviation at Trenton-Mercer Airport from 6:30-9:00pm. The event will feature over 20 wine and food vendors, as well as exotic cars and aircraft on display. While last year's event saw 150 to 200 people in attendance, we plan to have 400 people in attendance this year.
All event proceeds will benefit PEI Kids' child abuse prevention and intervention programs. Currently, community members can purchase general admission or deluxe wine pairing tickets online here. To inquire about the event, please contact Development and Public Relations Coordinator Jesse Elliot at or 609-695-3739.

Investors Bank Awards $3,000 Grant to PEI Kids

On July 10, 2014, Investors Bank representatives visited PEI Kids' office for a site visit and check presentation. At the presentation, PEI Kids received a generous $3,000 donation from Investors Foundation.


Investors Bank Vice President and Senior Market Manager Linda Martin stated, "Investors Foundation is proud to support the work of PEI Kids. PEI Kids' efforts within our community are invaluable to the safety and well-being of our children. We look forward to our partnership with such a great agency." Martin indicated that the Foundation was particularly impressed by the fact that PEI Kids provides child abuse prevention workshops to approximately 14,000 children in 70 schools in Mercer County each year.

To read the full press release on the event, please click here.

To learn how your foundation or company can support PEI Kids, please contact Development and Public Relations Coordinator Jesse Elliot at or 609-695-3739.

Get Involved: Become a CAP Facilitator

Housed within PEI Kids' Prevention Services Department is the Child Assault Prevention (CAP) program, this program works to educate local school children about cyber bullying, child sexual abuse, and personal space. Our CAP program relies on the hard work of our part-time facilitators who are trained in child abuse prevention curricula and provide school-based workshops for children regarding these important issues. 

To learn how you can become a CAP Facilitator, please contact Director of Primary Prevention Services Melody Powell at or 609-695-3739.


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