Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Cleveland, Ohio (PRWEB) November 26, 2013
1 EDI Source, Inc., the leading provider of electronic data interchange (EDI) software and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions, proudly signed on as Techie Section Sponsor of the Providence House 2013 Deck the House Benefit Auction presented by the Cleveland Browns. The event will be held on Dec. 10 at the FirstEnergy Stadium (Home of the Cleveland Browns).
The Providence House was founded in 1981 as Ohio’s first licensed crisis nursery, offering free, voluntary (non-custodial) placements for emergency shelter to children newborn through six years old. Today the organization continues this legacy protecting at-risk children, empowering families in crisis and building safe communities for every child.
The Providence House has hosted the Benefit Auction for the past 18 years, which features a live and silent auction to help the children and families of Providence House. Special highlights of this year’s event include the Cleveland Browns 2013 Ed Block Courage Award presentation, electronic auction bidding and much more.
“We are proud to sponsor the 2013 Deck the House Benefit Auction,” said David Lowman, president, 1 EDI Source. “It’s organizations like the Providence House that make Cleveland a better place to live and we are honored to show our support.”
About Providence House
Providence House – Ohio’s first Crisis Nursery – has cared for over 6,500 families and children in crisis, living for days, weeks, or years without the support they need to help get them back on their feet. To provide the support so desperately needed by these children and their caregivers, Providence House has built a holistic, integrated program focused on both child abuse prevention and family preservation. Their unique Crisis Nursery Program is a comprehensive, crisis nursery service based on 32 years of experience, the latest child welfare research, and proven evidence-based programs and practices that can help prevent child abuse and neglect, reduce system involvement and foster care placements, and strengthen fragile families. Visit
http://www.provhouse.org for more information.