Clinic staff to volunteer at four-day “Welcoming the Stranger” fundraiser helping thousands of Rochester-area refugees
Rochester Clinical Research (RCR) proudly announces its collaboration with Saints’ Place in organizing a remarkable Super Sale event aimed at benefiting area refugees, including hundreds of Ukranians displaced by war. As part of their ongoing commitment to the Rochester community and fostering goodwill, RCR has volunteered to contribute to this important fundraising event. More details about the Super Sale.
“Many refugees arrive in Rochester with little more than the clothes on their back,” said Louisa Grizard Khalil, Vice President of Business Operations at RCR. “Saints’ Place,” she said, “ truly changes the trajectory of the lives of these refugees, and we are so grateful to be part of such a meaningful change.”
The annual Super Sale, scheduled to take place from July 5-8th, will demonstrate RCR’s commitment to making a difference in the lives of those who have sought refuge in the greater Rochester area. By volunteering for the Super Sale, RCR aims to strengthen ties with the community and demonstrate their genuine care and support for individuals who have not only immigrated, but fled their countries due to various hardships.
RCR and Saint’s Place have joined forces to ensure that the super sale is a resounding success, providing a valuable opportunity for the local community to come together, shop, and contribute to a cause that touches the lives of area refugees. The RCR staff has donated numerous items to be sold, in addition to breaking into teams to help set-up and work during the sales as cashiers, runners and security.
The event promises to offer great deals on purses, jewelry, dishes, glassware, small kitchen appliances, furniture, linens, electronics, books, toys, sporting goods, bikes, clothing, and collectible items; all which have been donated by the Rochester community. All of the money raised will go towards the purchasing of new beds, mattresses, winter clothing, boots, and other necessities for the refugees.
About Rochester Clinical Research
Founded in 1994 by Patricia Larrabee, RCR is a multi-therapeutic clinical research “super site” operating out of a state-of-the-art 25,000 square foot facility in Rochester, NY. The Company has ten investigators, nearly 80 total employees and has completed more than 1,000 clinical studies since inception with exceptional patient enrollment and retention results.www.rcrclinical.com
About Saint’s Place
Saint’s Place’s mission is to “Welcome the Stranger” by providing clothing, furniture, school supplies, household goods, tutoring and scholarships to newly arriving refugees in Rochester, New York. This year, they will celebrate their 25th year in Rochester helping legal refugees to adapt to their new home through the hosting of a Super Sale. The coordination of their amazing team of volunteers committed to helping others, will allow them to welcome a record high number of legal refugees.