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| Thursday, Jul 11, 2019
Princess Cruises/Family Promise
From left to right: Family Promise Vice President Jerrid McKenna, Princess Cruises Programs and Events Specialist Paula Triggs, Princess Cruises Vice President of Brand and Corporate Communications Brian O’Connor, Family Promise Former President Laurie Ender, Family Promise Executive Director Roche Vermaak.

 

For the first time, Princess Cruises – the Santa Clarita-based cruise line – partnered with Family Promise of the Santa Clarita Valley, a local nonprofit organization, to hold a charity drive from June 10 – June 28.

As part of Princess Cruises’ ongoing community outreach efforts and summer employee giving opportunities, staff was invited to donate items such toiletries, cleaning supplies and kitchen accessories to benefit homeless and low-income families.

Family Promise of SCV helps bring meals, shelter, and support services to homeless and low-income families to help them achieve independence.

For more information on the local chapter of Family Promise, visit http://www.familypromisescv.org/.

For more information on Princess Cruises, visit https://www.princess.com.

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