FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Michelle Legaspi Sanchez
Phone: (484) 356-0940
We Can Do Better
(West Chester) March 28, 2017 — Chester County Fund for Women and Girls in partnership with Downingtown Mayor Josh Maxwell invites men to join local leaders and members of our community for a conversation about the important role that men play in creating a culture of respect and equality for all. The public event will be held on Monday April 24, 2017 at 4 PM at Victory Brewing Company in Downingtown. The event will feature light fare and refreshments, great conversation and networking opportunities.
Mayor Maxwell will lead the conversation about how we all have opportunities to be ambassadors for women’s safety in our family, community, and professional lives.
According to CCFWG’s 2016 Blueprint Report, a gender-focused research study, “Increasing women’s safety is integral to elevating their overall status. Violence and abuse have devastating consequences that go beyond physical injury to undermine women’s autonomy, liberty and dignity, preventing them from fully participating in the economy and in civic and political life.” The Blueprint Report provides critical data about how women and girls are faring in Chester County, Pennsylvania, and in the nation.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 484-356-0940.
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 19 years, CCFWG has raised awareness about the critical needs of women and girls, and has awarded over $2.6 million to 69 non-profit organizations. To learn more about the Chester County Fund for Women and Girls, visit www.ccfwg.org.