Celebrating 25 Years Of Caring

Coconut Telegraph

This year the Glasser Schoenbaum Human Services Center is celebrating a special milestone, their 25th Anniversary. The Glasser Schoenbaum Human Services Center also known as the Campus of Caring, began 25 years ago by Dr. Kay Glasser who had a vision for delivering health and human services in a more efficient way.  A seed money donation from the Schoenbaum family was instrumental for the creation of the center now nationally recognized as a unique Management Service Organization. The campus has flourished over the years and is home to 18 unique nonprofit agencies helping so many in our community. Over the course of this year The Glasser Schoenbaum Human Services Center is celebrating with three events beginning with a new annual luncheon event “Showers to Flowers” to be held in May and ending the year with the annual gala in the fall, watch for save the date information to come soon for these exciting events. 

The Glasser Schoenbaum Human Services Center

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