CONTACT: Susan Mostek,

Executive Director

Phone: (484) 356-0940



11th Annual Making a Difference Luncheon

Friday, May 6th, 2016

 Chester County, PA Make a difference with the Chester County Fund for Women and Girls on Friday, May 6th.  Join over 300 community leaders and individuals who will celebrate with CCFWG at the 11th annual Making a Difference Luncheon.

This year, the Fund is highlighting women’s health, wellness, education and advocacy with Keynote Speaker, T. Morgan Dixon, co-founder of GirlTrek, a groundbreaking three-year-old national nonprofit based in Washington, D.C.  GirlTrek inspires and supports African American women and girls to live their healthiest, most fulfilled lives – simply by walking. Ms. Dixon is a relentless street-organizer, deeply inspired by her family and the philosophies of many influential women.

The 2016 Kitchen Table Award recipient will be longtime community advocate, Moira Mumma.  The Fund is thrilled to honor such an outstanding Chester County woman.  Ms. Mumma has demonstrated leadership and has made substantive contributions through service and philanthropy to improve our community. Ms. Mumma has a long history of working to advance and improve the lives of women and girls and was an active participant in helping set the vision and tone of CCFWG as an original board member. Ms. Mumma’s passionate and dedicated involvement in a variety of non-profit organizations has led to community betterment.

Join the excitement on May 6th, 2016 at the Desmond Hotel and Conference Center at 1 Liberty Boulevard, Malvern, PA. Registration begins at 10:30 AM. 11 AM Networking.  12 PM Luncheon Program.  Purchase tickets here: Please note: This event sells out every year.

To cover this event or for general questions about the Making a Difference Luncheon, please contact Brie Knight, Director of Development at

To date sponsors of this event include: Mrs. Henry A. Jordan | Exeter Property Group | Mike and Nancy McLelland | Mr. and Mrs. Robert McNeil | H.O. West Foundation | Center for Advancement of Girls | MacElree Harvey | Mill Creek Capital Advisors | Chase Law Group | Land Services, USA | Penn Liberty Bank | Silverang, Donohoe, Rosenzweig & Haltzman, LLC | Franny and Franny Abbott | Judi and Tim Bell | Barbara Erskine | Denise Wine, Financial Consultant, Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC | Mary Lou Sterge | Saul Ewing | Comcast | PECO | The Desmond | Drinker, Biddle & Reath | BBD, LLP | JP Morgan Chase | Capacity for Change | Brite Realty | Main Line Health/Paoli Hospital | Chesterbrook Academy | Countryside Consulting | The Moran Group, Merrill Lynch | Liberty Property Trust | Mary Beth Morrissey | William and Elizabeth McGarrigle | Barbara Spellman | Dr. and Mrs. Donald Rosato | Jackson Cross Partners | Krapf Bus Company | Unruh Turner Burke and Frees | The Schiel Family Foundation | TD Bank | Samuel and Mary Ann B. Wagner | WSFS Bank | Cate Sennett | Wegmans | Kathleen H. Witsil | Jennifer L. Byrne | Pam and Jeff Bryer | Phoenixville Community Health Foundation | People’s Light | Erica Kidwell Interior Design | Brandywine Health Foundation | Patricia Boyer Miller | Anne Congdon | Koinonia Coaching and Consulting, LLC | Monarch Staffing | Pegasus Technologies


To learn more about T. Morgan Dixon and GirlTrek, visit

(To learn more about the Chester County Fund for Women and Girls, visit:


The Chester County Fund for Women and Girls leads and unites the community through philanthropy and advocacy to ensure that women and girls have resources and opportunities to THRIVE. For more than 18 years, the Fund has raised awareness about the critical needs of women and girls, and has awarded over $2 million to 65 non-profit organizations. To learn more about the Chester County Fund for Women and Girls, visit



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