Safe Harbor is introducing the “Real Superheroes of Safe Harbor” gala to the community. For eight years the annual event was known as the “Real Men of St. Tammany” gala, but this year the competition for the Real Superhero of Safe Harbor title will be open to men and women.
These superheroes will work to increase awareness and financial support for the education and prevention of domestic violence. The superhero who raises the most money for Safe Harbor will be named the Real Superhero of the Year at the close of the event.
The Gala will be held Saturday, September 21st at the Northshore Harbor Center, 7pm-11pm.
A Safe Place
Safe Harbor is a non-profit, non-government agency in St. Tammany Parish serving survivors and their minor children who are victims of domestic abuse. We can provide a safe place to stay and a variety of critical support services ranging from crisis intervention, legal advocacy, playgroups, emotional support, and community-based referrals for kids.
On Your Side
Our professional staff and trained volunteers help bridge the gap between victimization and independence. That includes everything from accessing the right social services to finding a job and a new place to live. We’re available 24 hours a day. We’re completely confidential. All services are free with no income eligibility requirement.
A Part of Your Community
Safe Harbor is a member of the Louisiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence and is funded by state and federal grants, donations and fundraising events. Our services are made possible, in part, by grants from the Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services/Family Violence and Intervention Program, United Way of Southeast Louisiana, Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement/VAWA, Louisiana Bar Foundation/IOLTA, Rotary International and others.
Real Superheroes of Safe Harbor campaign nominee Cheryl Scaglione
Originally from Chalmette, Cheryl has been a resident of Slidell since 2004. She is the Assistant Director at The Hospice House, a non-profit, which provides terminally ill patients a place to stay in their final days without the burden of expenses. Previously the Director of Open Arms Community Center, part of Open Arms Ministries in Slidell which she currently sits on the governing board. She has an Associate’s degree in merchandising and retail management from Nicholls State University where she was a little sister for TKE fraternity. A graduate of Leadership Northshore class of 2016, her passion is giving back to her community by volunteering for The Real Man of St. Tammany for the last five years, the Crawfish Cook-Off, Northshore on Tap and Wine and Dine fundraisers which benefit the Hospice House. Cheryl is co-director of Camp Bearable which is a grief camp for children 7-12 years old. Supporting other non-profits in St. Tammany Parish, she is a member of the Steel Mimosas, Slidell Ministers Alliance, East and West Chambers of Commerce, Social Services Network and Professional Women of
Mark Scaglione, Cheryl’s husband of 29 years, along with her two children; Reed and Mya are her greatest supporters.
24-Hour Crisis Line
Safe Harbor • P.O. Box 1179
Mandeville, LA 70470
Franklinton Confidential Phone
Slidell Confidential Phone
To support Cheryl, send check to:
Supporting Cheryl Scaglione
P.O. Box 1179
Mandeville, LA 70470
(checks payable to Safe Harbor)