SCCCC Women in Business give back

This week, the Southern Chester County Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business group launched The Giving Back Program, a new community service initiative aimed at helping to make the community a better place. The program kicked off the initiative by helping to sort medical supplies with community member Project C.U.R.E. at the Chamber’s new headquarters in West Grove.

"We are thrilled to see The Giving Back Program launch this week with the help of Project C.U.R.E.” said Cheryl Kuhn, President and CEO of the SCCCC. “Our hope for this initiative is to continue to organize volunteer opportunities that will benefit our non-profit members, and the Southern Chester County as a whole.”

About 15 participants took part in the program, sorting and packaging medical supplies that will be sent to under served areas around the world.

“We are grateful for the volunteer service from the Southern Chester County Chamber of Commerce,” said Kathy Hrenko, Operations Director for Project C.U.R.E. “After a brief Project C.U.R.E. orientation, they were able to sort and pack valuable donated medical supplies that will reach resource-limited communities around the globe.”

The Giving Back Program is run through the Women in Business group which is a longstanding networking and education program of the Chamber that is comprised of female, and male, professionals who meet monthly at various locations around Southern Chester County.

For information on upcoming events, or to learn more about the Southern Chester County Chamber of Commerce, visit

About Project C.U.R.E.
Project C.U.R.E. is the world’s largest distributor of donated medical supplies to resource-limited communities across the globe—touching the lives of patients, families & children in more than 130 countries. Each week, three semi-truck sized containers leave our warehouses with life-saving aid to under served areas. At the heart of Project C.U.R.E. are our volunteers. They represent numerous backgrounds, including nurses, doctors, students, young professionals and retirees, among others. From sorting donations of medical supplies and testing biomedical equipment to administrative tasks and lending professional expertise to our various departments, volunteers provide valuable support to Project C.U.R.E. and are utilized according to their strengths and interests. Our volunteers help us meet a world of need. For more information, visit

About Southern Chester County Chamber of Commerce
The Southern Chester County Chamber of Commerce, the region's leading pro-business member organization, is dedicated to the growth and development of its members and the business community by providing opportunities to connect businesses and support sustainable economic development. Founded in 1929 in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, the Chamber’s nearly 500 member businesses consist of influential business leaders and professionals, not-for-profits, institutions, legislative leaders, and more. The Chamber hosts more than 70 events and programs each year in the Southern Chester County region. To join or learn more about the Chamber, visit



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