FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 25, 2015
PRESS CONTACT: Monica Bardier
MANCHESTER, N.H. Pastoral Counseling Services (PCS) an independent, non-profit counseling and consulting center serving New Hampshire and Northern Massachusetts is proud to announce a successful fundraising effort for their toy drive. Through dedicated community and business support, PCS raised funds to help purchase much needed books, furniture, games, and toys that will be used to help provide psychotherapeutic services for children and their families receiving care at PCS. In addition to the private donations, the President of Manchester’s leading interactive company, Nick Soggu of SilverTech pledged a matching donation of $1,000.
“We are so thankful for the outpouring of support from our donors, especially Nick and his team at SilverTech,” said Dr. David Reynolds, LPP, Executive Director of PCS. “Nick is a previous Good Samaritan awardee, and his commitment and dedication to PCS and our mission continues to be overwhelming. We are seeing a dramatic increase in children and our two therapists, Cynthia Hogan, M.S.W., LICSW, and Mark Baddeley, M.Ed., M.A., CMHC have requested we add books, toys and art supplies to help children through their healing journey.”
About Pastoral Counseling Services
Pastoral Counseling Services (PCS) was founded in 1979 is celebrating 35 years and provides the best psychotherapeutic techniques while respecting the natural connection between the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual dimensions in the psychotherapy process. Our desire is to provide a community in which clients Feel Heard, Feel Cared for and Feel Better. In addition to our counseling services, PCS impacts the vitality of the community by partnering with other non-profit organizations to help underserved & at risk populations with stress management techniques. PCS also honors those who pursue extraordinary measures to strengthen communities and improve life in New Hampshire with the Good Samaritan Awards, an annual tradition since 1996. PCS has offices in Manchester, Bedford, Nashua, and Portsmouth. For more information visit: www.pcs-nh.org.