DocuSource of NC, a marketing services provider of printing and communication materials as well as Web portals for document storage and ordering, is sponsoring the seventh annual Bachelor Bid for Charity. The company has provided printing services each year since the event's inception in 2005.
Proceeds benefit the Women's Center of Wake County, a nonprofit organization that provides an array of services for low-income and homeless women and children. These include: food, clothing, shelter, and support services, as well as transitional and affordable housing options.
"We are so thankful for DocuSource's sustained commitment to our cause," says Jean Williams, executive director of the Women's Center. "The generosity from our corporate partners helps us address the most critical needs of women and children in Wake County."
The Bachelor Bid for Charity is being held on February 19, 2011 at Delightful Inspirations in Raleigh. A date with the area's most eligible bachelors and bachelorettes will be auctioned off during the Mardi Gras-themed event. Sharon Delaney, host of My Carolina Today, is serving as emcee. The evening will also feature live entertainment as well as silent and live auctions.
"DocuSource believes that it is particularly important to continue our support of community-based programs during these challenging times," says Kathy Murchison, president and CEO of DocuSource of NC. "The Women's Center of Wake County continues to positively impact the lives of women and children, and we are proud to lend our support through the Bachelor Bid for Charity."
In addition to its commitment to the Women's Center, DocuSource has supported more than 20 local organizations. These include: Be Active North Carolina, Boys and Girls Club of Wake County, Meals on Wheels, Ronald McDonald House, Tammy Lynn Memorial Foundation, SPCA of Wake County, and the Raleigh and Durham Rescue Missions.