Glasser/Schoenbaum is an integral part of our community. They not only provide critical commercial space for non-profits but also build networks within our community to meet the needs of our most vulnerable.
On Saturday, November 14th, 2015, at 6:30 p.m., will be the Silver Soiree Event, celebrating 25 phenomenal years’ of service provided by The Glasser Schoenbaum Human Services Center.
The event will be held at the iconic Michael’s on East, which means you can expect award-winning cuisine, exceptional service, awesome entertainment, and dancing!
To put into perspective of how important The Glasser/Schoenbaum Human Services Center is to the community, it has been called the “Center of Caring” because it is home to over 18 non-profit health and human services agencies that assist low income adults, children and families.
These agencies help at risk adults and families achieve and maintain productive lives while enhancing the social services delivery system so that they may access what they need to become participating members of the community.
Over 10,000 people have received services from the agencies that are housed at the Center.
The gala’s dress attire is “Black Tie/Sparkle.” If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, or need more information, please call 941-365-4545. You can also visit our Facebook page:
It should also be noted that more than 25 years ago, the late Dr. Kay Glasser had a vision for delivering health and human services in a more efficient way. A donation from the Schoenbaum family was the first big step in funding The Glasser/Schoenbaum Human Services Center. It is now nationally recognized as a unique Management Service Organization with virtually rent-free locations that have been selected for its accessibility by public transportation, offering 97 unique programs.
We hope you can celebrate with us the amazing work that is being done by The Glasser/Schoenbaum Human Services Center and join us at Michael’s on East!
The staff at Glasser/Schoenbaum have done a great job of connecting the many organizations on campus and creating a space that sparks collaboration. This sense of community extends to staff and clients alike, helping to break down barriers and leading to innovative ways to serve the community as a whole.
Real estate is one of the greatest costs in a business budget. Our partnership with The Glasser/Schoenbaum Human Services Center allows more money to go towards our mission. And what better place to house our office than on a campus with nineteen other outreach agencies.