Chester County Fund for Women, Girls to Host 12th Annual Making a Difference Luncheon

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Katherina Rosqueta, left, the founding Executive Director of the Center for High Impact Philanthropy, will be the keynote speaker. Carol Hart Metzker, right, will receive the Kitchen Table Award.

Make a difference with the Chester County Fund for Women and Girls on Friday, May 5 at the Desmond Hotel in Malvern.

Join more than 300 community leaders and individuals who will celebrate with the CCFWG at the 12th Annual Making a Difference Luncheon.

This year, the CCFWG is highlighting the power of investing in women and girls with keynote speaker Katherina Rosqueta. She is the 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.


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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, speaker, consultant, and author Carol Hart Metzker. 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.

Registration for the luncheon begins at 10:30 AM, and networking begins at 11 AM. The program commences at noon.

This event sells out every year. Click here to purchase tickets.

Click here to learn more about Katherina Rosqueta and the Center for High Impact Philanthropy.

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