Five Acres invites the community to join them for an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of the nonprofit’s newest offices in West Covina. The event will take place on October 4, 2018 at 2934 E. Garvey Ave. South in West Covina from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., with West Covina mayor Lloyd Johnson conducting the ribbon cutting at 10:30 a.m.
“Five Acres is one of the oldest nonprofits in L.A., opening as an orphanage in 1888 and expanding its services to five counties across Los Angeles,” said Five Acres CEO, Chanel Boutakidis. “The new location in West Covina replaces Five Acres’ former offices in El Monte and San Dimas and brings many teams together under one roof, allowing us to better serve at-risk children and families and expand into new areas to help prevent child abuse, keep families together and help them thrive.”
Guests at the open house will have the opportunity to explore Five Acres’ two new suites, meet their staff and leadership and learn more about Five Acres’ community-based mental/ behavioral health care, foster care and adoptions programs.
To RSVP or learn more about the event, please contact Kim Hutchings at email@example.com. To contact Five Acres’ new location in West Covina, please visit 5acres.org/contact or call (626) 214-0301.
About Five Acres
Five Acres is a child and family services agency ensuring every child has a safe, healthy and permanent family solution through advocacy, prevention and evidence-based services. Established as an orphanage in 1888, today Five Acres offers programs spanning a full continuum of care including community – based counseling and support services, intensive residential care for foster youth, and foster care and adoption services. In 2017, Five Acres served over 8,700 children and their families across five counties. Visit 5acres.org for more information.