Single Donor makes Precious Gift to Precious Guardians
Precious Guardians sees single donor step forward to fund first project and secure not only a pool but a family’s safety.
PRESS RELEASE – Phoenix AZ. – January 21, 2013 – Precious Guardians , a non-profit foundation founded by Arthur and Deb DeKarski, found out just how precious their cause is on Thursday Morning, January 17, 2013. This was the morning that Precious Guardians would announce and seek funding for their first presentation and installation of a Baby Barrier pool fence. Shortly after posting the details of this first project requiring approximately $2000.00; a single donor stepped forward to assure funding and to make sure it was completed quickly for this family. Make sure to check out Fox channel 10 throughout the day for updates on this story and the announcements of future projects.
Precious Guardians has scheduled this installation and presentation for tomorrow Tuesday January 22, 2013. Fox news Channel 10 will be covering this event where Precious Guardians will be revealing the donor and the recipient, and formally introducing their program to the Phoenix community.
Other breaking news from Precious Guardians!!!!!!
Precious Guardians is growing both in exposure and influence.
Several new board members have been added to the honorary and participating board member roster. Arthur DeKarski and these new members are just in the initial stages of finalizing these appointments and will be introducing the new board members in a press release slated to drop Wednesday or Thursday of this week.
Precious Guardians welcomes Baby Barrier of Central Florida.
Baby Barrier of Central Florida has been added to the Precious Guardians supplier pool and will be helping Precious Guardians establish and launch the Central Florida chapter of Precious Guardians. Eric Marshal, The owner of Baby Barrier of Central Florida will be a great asset to us and our mission. we are very pleased to have this support in our growing effort to avoid needless death and injury from any number of hazards, but particularly drownings which are issues both in Arizona and Florida. says Arthur DeKarski CEO.