MAKING A DIFFERENCE LUNCHEON
Thank you to our sponsors, dedicated Board, and hardworking volunteers. Your generosity fuels important programs that make a difference in the lives of women and girls in Chester County.
Thank You To All Our 2017 Making a Difference Luncheon Sponsors!
12th Annual Making a Difference Luncheon Press Release
Friday, May 5th, 2017
Chester County, PA – Make a difference with the Chester County Fund for Women and Girls on Friday, May 5th. Join over 300 community leaders and individuals who will celebrate with CCFWG at the 12th Annual Making a Difference Luncheon.
This year, CCFWG is highlighting the power of investing in women and girls with Keynote Speaker, Katherina Rosqueta, founding Executive Director of the Center for High Impact Philanthropy, a multi-disciplinary center that provides public information, education and advisory services so that philanthropy achieves greater social impact. Ms. Rosqueta is a frequent speaker on philanthropy and social impact. Her work and comments have been cited in numerous media outlets including the New York Times, National Public Radio, Wall Street Journal and Money Magazine.
The 2017 Kitchen Table Award recipient will be writer, frequent speaker, consultant and author Carol Hart Metzker. CCFWG is thrilled to honor such an outstanding Chester County woman. Ms. Metzker has worked to help end human trafficking by delivering hundreds of educational programs at schools and universities, faith-based and community groups, advocating for new anti-human trafficking laws in Pennsylvania and leading collective anti-human trafficking efforts.
Join the excitement on May 5th, 2017 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: www.ccfwg.org/luncheon Please note: This event sells out every year.
To cover this event or for general questions about the Making a Difference Luncheon, please contact Brandon Szerenyi at email@example.com
To learn more about Katherina Rosqueta and the Center for High Impact Philanthropy visit www.impact.upenn.edu.
To date sponsors of this event include: Mrs. Henry A. Jordan | The Chase Law Group, LLC | Land Services, USA | Silverang, Donohoe, Rosenzweig & Haltzman, LLC | H.O. West Foundation | Mary Lou Sterge | Anonymous | Bradford White Corporation | Mike and Nancy McLelland | MacElree Harvey | Mill Creek Capital Advisors | PECO | QVC | Rothman Institute Saul Ewing | Vista Today | WSFS Bank | Judi and Tim Bell | Cate and Tom Sennett | Center for Advancement of Girls | Chase Law Group | Denise Wine, Financial Advisor, Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC| Advantage Engineers| BBD, LLP | Brite Realty | Brumbaugh Wealth Management | Pam and Jeff Bryer | Capacity for Change | Center for the Advancement of Girls | Countryside Consulting | Barbara Erskine | First Resource Bank | Beverly Hattersley | Di and Dallas Krapf | Kevin McDermott of Citadel Wealth Management | William and Elizabeth McGarrigle | Malvern Federal | Monarch Staffing | Alice Moorhead| The Moran Group, Merrill Lynch | Barbara Spellman | Barbara Orr | Pleasant Grove Book Club | TD Bank | Simple Fast Marketing | Lee Ann Sullivan | Tolsdorf Oil Lube Express| Unruh Turner Burke and Frees |
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 www.ccfwg.org.
Founding Executive Director of the Center for High Impact Philanthropy, a multi-disciplinary center that provides public information, education and advisory services so that philanthropy achieves greater social impact. A frequent speaker on philanthropy and social impact, her work and comments have been cited in numerous media outlets including the New York Times, National Public Radio, Wall Street Journal and Money Magazine. Ms. Rosqueta received her B.A. with honors from Yale University and an M.B.A. from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Writer, frequent speaker, consultant and author of Facing the Monster: How One Person Can Fight Child Slavery. She is working to help end human trafficking by delivering hundreds of educational programs at schools and universities, faith-based and community groups, advocating for new anti-human trafficking laws in Pennsylvania and has leadership roles in the Rotarian Action Group Against Slavery and the Chester County Anti-Human Trafficking Coalition. She consults to The Salvation Army’s New Day to Stop Trafficking program. Ms. Metzker’s passion and dedication connects community members with resources, education and tools to uplift and support victims and survivors. She has led numerous volunteer efforts and implanted programs including volunteering or shopping at Dress for a Good Cause, which she co-founded; gathering furniture or baby supplies for survivors with families; or supporting The Salvation Army New Day’s New Home for local survivors of teen-sex-trafficking who have aged out of child protective services. Ms. Metzker earned a Bachelor’s degree at Penn State University and a Master’s degree at George Mason University.