Celebrating 30 Years of Service to our Local Community!  


"Dedicated to providing year-round programs
and educational support to enrich the lives of children in need."

The Greater Attleboro Area Council for Children

invites you to meet International Spirit Medium

Sirrę Berndsen

Sunday, June 14th, 2015
Time: 2pm
Le Foyer
151 Fountain St.
Pawtucket, RI

Tickets are $40 per person
-Cash Bar-


Sirrę has been blessed with the gift of mediumship throughout her life. Since childhood, she has recognized her remarkable clairvoyance, the premonitions and vivid dreams, which foretold visions of the future.

In time, she came to embrace her unique abilities, and use the gift to heal and comfort those who had lost loved ones through the power of mediumship.

Prior to entering the world of communicating with spirit, Sirrę trained and studied intensively as an artist, earning her masters in visual art. Her keen eye and creative sensitivity, developed through years of dedicated study, inform her distinct visual accuracy in mediumship.

She's lived all around the world, in Europe, Middle East and USA and speaks several different languages. She understands the fluidity and complexity of many different cultures. A gift she uses frequently in her mediumship.

Since harnessing her gift, Sirrę has dedicated her life to achieving excellence in mediumship. She has utilized every opportunity to master how to truly use the tool of communication with Spirits. Sirrę is a positive spirit, filled with light. She believes in miracles, because she sees them happening each day, all around her and every one of us.

Sirrę is a Certified Medium by Forever Family Foundation and Swampscott Church of Spiritualism.
She teaches classes and workshops around the Boston area and has an office location in Jamaica Plain in Boston

Nick O'Neill

All proceeds of this event will benefit the Nicky O' Foundation, a program of the Greater Attleboro Area Council for Children, We are a 501c 3 nonprofit organization.

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 About The Greater Attleboro Area Council for Children, Inc.

 Questions to Think About

When unemployment threatens to spoil the Christmas holidays, who will ensure there are gifts under the tree? When a child has witnessed a traumatic event, what will bring him comfort?

The answers all begin with our community:  YOU!  Our donors send thousands of gifts to our community’s children each year as a part of Christmas is for KidsTM. Local organizations make make it possible for children to hug new teddy bears through Bears on Board.



 Our Mission Statement

The Attleboro Area Council for Children is a volunteer organization dedicated to providing year-round programs and educational support to enrich the lives of children in need.


 Who We Are

 We are a volunteer run, non-profit organization that raises our own funds to provide programs and services to children and families residing in Attleboro, North Attleboro, Mansfield, Norton, Seekonk and Rehoboth. Download our newsletter here for more information about us and our current activities.



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Born in 1972 and funded by the newly created state Office for Children, the Attleboro Area Council for Children has made its mission to fill  children's needs in our community. When state funds dried up in 1991, the Council decided to "go it alone" and incorporate as a non-profit and run  all its programs with volunteers.



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The Attleboro Area Council for Children serves as volunteer advocates for children. Where there is a need for service we attempt to find one. Volunteers are always needed to make the work lighter. Sometimes, community members come to the Council because they have discovered that there is a serious gap in a service for children and families. The Council helps concerned groups find a way to make a difference in a child’s life. If you live or work in the Attleboro, North Attleboro, Mansfield, Norton, Rehoboth, or Seekonk - you can join us! We encourage families and children to volunteer together on some of our special projects. Clubs and organizations that are looking for projects that benefit children should contact us to see how we  can help your organization.


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Please contact us via our e-mail address: info@councilforchildren.org. We look forward to meeting you!  


In the interest of children,

Mark Gilmore



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