Kimberly Brumbaugh of Exton-based Brumbaugh Wealth Management and Bill and Stephanie Kalogredis, attorneys at Lamb McErlane in West Chester, are among this year’s Faces of Philanthropy in Chester County, according to a report in County Lines Magazine.
For Brumbaugh, putting the needs of others first comes naturally. She demonstrates care for others both at her firm and in her philanthropic endeavors.
As part of the latter, she serves on the boards of Mid Penn Bank and the Penn Medicine Chester County Hospital Foundation, among others. She has also served as the chair of the Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry and Southern Pennsylvania Autism Resource Center and is a committee member of the Whitford Charitable Fund.
Meanwhile, the Kalogredis family has a natural affinity for food, friends, family, and community service, which is a part of their Greek heritage.
As graduates of Villanova’s School of Law, the two know the importance of education.
“Supporting education is giving back on an individual level, a local level, and on a social-change level as well,” said Bill Kalogredis.
The family also actively supports an array of Greek causes, including the American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association and International Orthodox Christian Charities.
Read more about these philanthropists in County Lines Magazine here.