It’s hard to believe it’s been one year since we gathered for the first time virtually as a Women’s Philanthropy community. It’s been a challenging year, to say the least. However, it’s also been a time of innovation, connection and opportunity.
We hope you’ll join us for an online gathering to celebrate our resilient community, our collective accomplishments and our leadership. We’ll discuss the importance of caring for one another and ourselves.
We’ll hear from a few incredible women, including keynote speaker Simone Knego, author of “The Extraordinary UnOrdinary You,” on why you matter and why community matters. We’re thrilled to have CJP Creative Fellow Yoni Battat perform live for us.
We’ll also raise our glasses for a virtual toast to our Women’s Philanthropy leaders, Laurie Gliklich and Wendy Kraft, who have worked tirelessly for the past two years to strengthen our WP community. Wendy is completing her term as the Women’s Philanthropy campaign chair and Laurie will remain in her role as president for another year.
Thanks to the ongoing support of our generous Women’s Philanthropy community members, we have been able to help so many during this challenging year. If you have already made a gift to CJP’s Annual Campaign, thank you. If you have not yet made your gift, we ask that you please consider doing so now.
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