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SBL Helps Raise over $4,400 for Local Portland-area Kids in Need!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Friday July 25th, 2014

PEARL WOMEN’S CENTER AND SKIN BY LOVELY RAISE OVER $4,400 FOR LOCAL CHILDREN IN NEED

$4,438 will soon be benefiting local children due to the success of an event held on July 24th, hosted by the Pearl Women’s Center and Skin by Lovely.  The event was entitled ‘Fostering the Fountain of Youth’ and brought together people interested in looking and feeling more youthful; in a collaborative effort to help our local youth who need help the most.

The beneficiary was CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) for Children of Multnomah and Washington Counties.  CASA tirelessly advocates for children in the foster care system who have been abused or neglected to get them into a permanent home safely, quickly and effectively.

Founder and Executive Medical Director of Pearl Women’s Center, Dr. Richard Rosenfield stated “The event was an incredible success; we were filled to capacity with over 140 people attending to show their support for local kids in need”

General Manager of Skin by Lovely, Jake Laban, went on say “The support from the local business community was nothing short of amazing, with two dozen local businesses donating for this worthy cause.”

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Pearl Women’s Center was founded in 2005 with a mission to bring together highly skilled, board-certified specialists in key areas of women’s health such as advanced gynecology, plastic surgery and non-surgical aesthetic medicine; making Pearl Women’s Center unique in the Portland metro area.

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Skin by Lovely, founded in 2009, is a leading clinical and educational center in the use of popular facial aesthetic products such as Botox® and Juvéderm®, and is one of the top-rated facial aesthetic practices in Portland.

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For more information on Pearl Women’s Center www.PearlWomensCenter.com.

For more information on Skin by Lovely www.SkinByLovely.com/pdx.

For more information on CASA for Children of Multnomah and Washington Counties www.CasaHelpsKids.org

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