Verst Employees Raise Thousands for DCCH Child Abuse Programs
Employees at Verst Logistics in Walton raised and donated more than $7,700 to DCCH Center for Children and Families in Ft. Mitchell. The funds will be used to support programs for survivors of child abuse.
The Verst employees also donated time, spending several days volunteering around the DCCH campus.
"DCCH provides Verst employees with an opportunity to share in DCCH’s mission of making a real difference in the lives of Northern Kentucky’s most vulnerable children," said Paul Verst, president of Verst Logistics. "My family has been involved with DCCH for decades and now our employees embrace DCCH’s mission as well. We look forward to a long partnership with DCCH, making a difference in the lives of those less fortunate who have experienced severe trauma.”
DCCH opened as a traditional orphanage 170 years ago and is now a multi-service agency offering outpatient therapy, foster and adoption services, and a residential tratment facility for victims of child abuse aged six to fourteen, along with targeted case management.