PDAP Holds Luncheon to Launch Fundraising Efforts for 2014
CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) -
The services provided by the Palmer Drug Abuse Program, which helps young people recover from drug abuse, are always free; but securing funds to run a free facility takes work.
So on Friday, PDAP held a luncheon to kick off their fundraising efforts for next year. PDAP does not receive funding from the state or federal government, so they rely on community fundraising efforts.
This year, Corpus Christi Independent School District Superintendent Scott Elliff is their honorary chair.
"Young people are accessing services, and I hope someday we don't have to have PDAP, but thank God they're here to support those youngsters who need it," Elliff said.
If you're interested in helping PDAP in their fundraising efforts, or if you want more information about their services, you can visit their website at www.pdapcc.org.