|WELLSPRING LIVING, INC
ASCAPA now supports Wellspring Living, Inc, an organization committed to serving desperate women who have suffered childhood sexual abuse and
have fallen into destructive life choices. Wellspring offers a safe place where motivated women, who need a chance to start over, can begin to rebuild
their lives. A 12-month program provides compassionate mentoring through a six-month residence program and six months in a transition home. The
program helps women understand their true identities & apply practical teachings to re-enter society with confidence.
How does ASCAPA help? We help gather clothing, accessories, furniture, collectibles, toys, household items and more from members who have been
cleaning out their closets or redecorating their homes and donate everything to the Wellspring Store which is located in the Publix Shopping Center on
Highway 54 in Peachtree City. Donations are tax deductible. ASCAPA also helps by providing opportunities for members to be hands-on volunteers in
the Wellspring Store, which is continually in desperate need of help sorting and pricing donations, arranging displays, operating the register, cleaning
up and more
What a great way to participate in “Changing our World by Changing Hers”
See www.wellspringliving.org for more info.
|In the past ASCAPA has supported two local philanthropies with our time and talents: Wellspring Living, Inc and Noel November. We now
support local Humane Societies with donations of food and funds raised from our periodic games nights and at our first -ever combined
alum-collegiate Christmas party, we collected canned and boxed goods and donated them to the Fayette Samaritans food bank!
Pictured above is Laura Potash, past ASCAPA
president with past ASCAPA president & founder,
Cele Eifert, posing with a handmade wreath
ASCAPA members created and donated. For our
first seven years, we participated in Noel November,
which is sponsored by the Fayette County Board of
Realtors. This event is a celebration of giving back to
the community through a charity auction of beautifully
decorated holiday trees, wreaths, table ware and other
Christmas collectibles. The proceeds from this annual
Noel November will benefit the Fayette Family YMCA,
the Fayette Youth Protection Home, Heart of Passion
(a nonprofit dedicated to the emotional support of
young people with cancer), Promise Place and other
worth local charities. In previous years, nearly
$40,000 was raised! ASCAPA members have fun
participating in Noel November through our donation
of a decorated wreath.
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|ASCAPA President Andi Williams (on left)
presents a check and dog/cat food to the
director of the Fayette County Humane Society.
|Scholarship Chair Joanna Webster (on right) presents a check and dog/cat food to a
Coweta County Humane Society official.
|ASCAPA MEMBERS AND AREA SORORITY MEMBERS DONATED CANNED & BOXED
GOODS AND OTHER NON-PERISHABLE FOOD ITEMS DURING THE COMBINED
CHRISTMAS PARTY; CELE (ON LEFT ABOVE) AND ANDI (ON RIGHT) BROUGHT ALL
THE DONATED ITEMS TO THE FAYETTE SAMARITANS FOOD BANK IN