Fund ‘Making a Difference’ in girls’ lives

The Chester County Fund for Women and Girls (CCFWG) is inviting the public to join over 300 community leaders and individuals who want to make a difference.

On Friday, May 6, CCFWG will celebrate the inroads made in improving women’s lives at the 11th Annual Making a Difference Luncheon.

This year, the fund is highlighting women’s health, wellness, education and advocacy with its keynote speaker, T. Morgan Dixon, a co-founder of GirlTrek, a ground-breaking, national nonprofit based in Washington, D.C.

Founded three years ago, GirlTrek inspires and supports African American women and girls to live their healthiest, most fulfilled lives - simply by walking. Dixon is a relentless street-organizer, deeply inspired by her family and the philosophies of many influential women.

The luncheon also provides an opportunity to honor the fund’s Kitchen Table Award winner. The 2016 recipient will be longtime community advocate, Moira Mumma, who has demonstrated longtime leadership and has made substantive contributions through service and philanthropy to improve our community.

Mumma has a distinguished 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. Mumma's passionate and dedicated involvement in a variety of nonprofit organizations has led to community betterment.

The luncheon, which regularly sells out, will be held at the Desmond Hotel and Conference Center at 1 Liberty Boulevard in Malvern. Registration begins at 10:30 a.m., followed by networking at 11 and the luncheon program at noon.

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