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September 30, 2017
Submitted by Maggie Fronk, Executive Director
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Saratoga Springs business makes donation to support work of Wellspring to end relationship and sexual abuse in the community.
Coalesce Medcom, a full-service medical communications and event management company based in Saratoga Springs, has made a $10,000 donation to Wellspring in support of their work to end relationship and sexual abuse in the community. Owner David Gottlieb and members of the Coalesce Medcom staff presented the check to Wellspring Executive Director on Wednesday, September 27.
Ms. Fronk stated, “Wellspring is so grateful for the generosity of our community. We are humbled by this extraordinary generosity. We believe such support is proof that so many in our community share our vision and want to be a part of ending relationship and sexual abuse.”
Wellspring will use the donation to support all of their programs and services including their secure shelter, 24-hour hotline, issues-oriented counseling, legal advocacy, supportive housing, and their prevention and education programs offered free of charge to the entire Saratoga County community.
About Coalesce Medcom
Coalesce is a full-service medical communications and event management company specializing in the development and execution of medical communication solutions for the biotech, pharmaceutical, and device industries.
Coalesce provides communication solutions across four major areas; strategic and tactical promotional planning, key opinion leader advocacy, engagement and development, content development, as well as full-service meeting management. Based in Saratoga Springs, Coalesce is committed to supporting national and community level organizations that provide support for those in need.
At Wellspring, our mission is to support survivors and engage our community to end relationship and sexual abuse. Each year, our crisis intervention and survivor services support more than 1,000 clients—providing safe housing to adults and children either fleeing or homeless because of domestic violence, as well as comprehensive support in the form of counseling, legal advocacy, and case management. While helping victims in need is a major focus of the Agency’s mission, we know that by increasing awareness we can end intimate partner violence. Wellspring staff provides prevention and education programs to school-aged youth, as well as training and education programs for parents, faith based congregations, and professional organizations.