La Comunidad Hispana – a nonprofit based in southern Chester County that is dedicated to helping adults, teens, and children to be healthy and stay healthy – will host its first annual “Amigos and Amigas of LCH Dinner” on Saturday, Nov. 4 from 6-9 PM at Hartefeld National Golf Club in Avondale.
This new event intends to celebrate the community’s diversity and bring people together to support a good cause. It will offer authentic Mexican food, music, and design, featuring some of the “Day of the Dead” altars from local cultural organization Casa Guanajuato.
Proceeds from the evening will benefit LCH’s programs, which offer residents of southern Chester County affordable, high-quality healthcare – regardless of their ability to pay – and a range of social and educational services to help build strong, financially stable families.
Sponsorship opportunities are available. Click here to learn more or contact Development Director LeeAnn Riloff at 610-444-7550 x 220 or e-mail email@example.com.
Click here to purchase tickets to the dinner.
A nonprofit Federally Qualified Health Center, LCH was founded in 1973, and has been changing lives for more than 40 years. LCH believes in quality, integrated, Person-Centered care that supports whole-health change for all through its health center, social assistance services, and education and workforce development programs.