Petrosino Personal Well Being Foundation

208 East Cuyahoga Falls Avenue
Akron, Ohio 44310
(330) 929-0613


May 7, 2017 - Eighth Annual Fundraiser a Success

The Eighth Annual Second Hope benefit, held on April 29, was successfully supported by many business and community leaders in Summit County.

Guests enjoyed dinner prepared by TLC Cantering, danced to music prvided by Pear Jam Factory and engaged in various auctions and raffles.

Pam Petrosino, PWF CEO, explained the purpose of the non-profit organization was to help and support all victims of abuse regardless of age. PWF also includes programs for men. Petrosino also highlighted the Awareness Program dealing with human trafficking which is happening now in our local communities.

The guest speaker was Judge Kathryn Michael who spoke on the topic of Respect. Also in attendance was Judge Jerry K. Larson of the Akron Municipal Court and Dr. Fannie L. Brown from the University of Akron.

Pam Petrosino thanks her Board of Directors and Benefit Committee members for their help in organizing the event.

Click here to read about the Second Hope Benefit in the Akron Beacon Journal.

Images from the 2017 Second Hope Benefit:

Thanks to all who attended, this year's event was a great success.

To find out how you can help the Petrosino Personal Wellbeing Foundation, please call 330-929-0613 or
send us an email.

Our Sincere Thanks to Our Sponsors for This Event:


Sutton Film Production


Cardinal ServicesCreek's Services

Discount Drainage SupplyMontrose Auto Group

Rasicci's Pizza


Bologna InsuranceNorth Hill Dairy Queen

Didado ElectricEdenscape

House of LaRoseGreg A. Manes, Attorney

Mock Property Services

February 12, 2017 - Pam Petrosino Interviewed on WAKR

Pam Petrosino, CEO of Petrosino Well Being Foundation is interviewed by Community Profiles host Dr. Fannie Brown on radio station WAKR.

October 10, 2016 - Autumn Wine Experience Another Success

Guests had a great time at the Petrosino Personal Well Being Foundation "Autumn Wine Benefit" held at Prime 93 on October 8. The gathering featured a "cakewalk" fundraiser, 50/50 raffle and DJ music provided by Sidney Pearl from Pearl Jam Factory. Chief John Bahas provided a fine venue for pairing wines and food. Homemade desserts were also served.

PWF CEO Pam Petrosino expressed confidence that PWF's programs can help individuals who suffer from the stresses of abuse. PWF's programs offer change and renewal. With societal changes, the lack of treatment options available for mental illnesses and trending social media issues that plague families, PWF strives to face these challenges..

PWF assists victims of violent crimes by restoring dignity, confidence and a sense of wellbeing while promoting personal, civic and moral values through education, counseling and encouragement.

July 9, 2015 - Paster Barry Creekmore, 1956 - 2015

Pastor Barry Creekmore

Pastor Barry Creekmore passed away on July 5. Barry was a great friend, student, instructor and spiritual guide. He was a board member in our foundation who was deeply involved and believed in our purpose and mission. We lost a humble and dear friend. He will never be forgotten.

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