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Business & Charitable Events Calendar

2013 Grant Awards Luncheon

10/24/2013

Organization: The Women’s Foundation of Genesee Valley’s

The Women’s Foundation of Genesee Valley’s 2013 Grant Awards Luncheon: Kick off the foundation’s 20th-anniversary celebration as our 2013 grant recipients are announced. Kathleen B. King, R.N., Ph.D., chair of the Research Committee and Women's Foundation board member, will report on “Improving Economic Self-Sufficiency for Women: Update 2013” as a point for continuing discussion, ideas and long-term solutions for women and girls in our community. Since 1994, the foundation has invested more than $1 million in programs that have helped women and girls on their journey to economic self-sufficiency. For more information, visit www.womensfoundation.org; to register, call 585-242-0940.

 

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