Marina Café in Destin Becomes an ECCAC Advocate

The Emerald Coast Children’s Advocacy Center’s (ECCAC) Young Ambassador board recently hosted a fundraiser at the Marina Café on the harbor in Destin. The restaurant was kind enough to donate 50% of the evening’s bar sales which amounted to a $1,278.69 donation. Marina Café GM Lee Pardue, presents a $1,278.69 donation to the Young Ambassador board. As well, Marina Café is now partnering with ECCAC to offer adorable stuffed Riley dogs for a $20 donation that will 100% benefit the non-profit organization. Riley is ECCAC’s original therapy dog, a Maltese owned by Jacqui Broadus, the Clinical Supervisor, who oversees the therapists. The real therapist dog, Riley, is on the left. Marina Café in Destin is selling ECCAC’s stuffed animal replica Rileys (on right) for a $20 donation. Marina Café in Destin Becomes an ECCAC Advocate ECCAC is in its 20th year of operation with centers in Niceville and DeFuniak Springs. They have provided over 150,000 services at no cost to more than 15,000 children experiencing abuse, abandonment or neglect to include mental health therapy, crisis intervention, referrals to other community providers, interviews and medicals. For further information, visit www.eccac.org. If abuse is suspected, call the anonymous Florida Abuse Hotline at 1-800-96-ABUSE.

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Marina Café in Destin Becomes an ECCAC Advocate

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