Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce recently issued the following announcement.
On Thursday, May 24th, more than 75 female business leaders from the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce Women’s Council, Women’s Executive Club of Fort Lauderdale and Broward Women’s Alliance, gathered together at the new Allied Kitchen & Bath design center located at 3484 NE 12th Ave. in Oakland Park to support PACE Center for Girls Broward County. The fundraising event raised over $3,500.00 for the nonprofit organization, which provides a safe environment where at-risk middle and high school-aged girls can thrive.
The collaborative networking event, entitled 4 for the Girls – Powerful Women Empowering the Future, provided an opportunity for all three organizations to further their shared mission of empowering young girls to reach their highest potentials. All proceeds from the mixer went directly to PACE Center for Girls for their education and counseling services. The event concluded with a raffle, in which Peggy McIsaac of Allied Kitchen and Bath and Carolyn Zaumeyer of Women’s Executive Club shared the prize, winning 70 bottles of wines and spirits.
To learn more, visit www.pacecenter.org or to get involved with the Women’s Council, please contact Karen Prescod at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PACE is nationally recognized as one of the most effective programs for helping at-risk girls realize brighter and more productive futures. With 20 non-residential centers throughout Florida, PACE Center for Girls provides a safe environment where middle and high school aged girls can thrive. To date, the organization has changed the lives of more than 40,000 girls across the state since 1985. In addition to the day program, which pairs academics and social services, PACE offers the Reach program for those who don’t attend daily classes at the center. PACE Reach provides critical mental health services to girls in need, beyond the walls of PACE Centers. This is done in partnership with schools, the court system and community-based organizations. For more information, visit www.pacecenter.org.
About the Women’s Council of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce
The Women’s Council is a program of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce, whose mission is to empower and unite women while facilitating their professional advancement by fostering meaningful business relationships through events, community outreach, and advocacy. The Council has its own leads group and hosts mixers, luncheons and charity drives. It is open to both women and men from businesses throughout South Florida who are members of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce. For more information contact Karen Prescod at email@example.com.
About Women’s Executive Club
Founded in 1976, Women’s Executive Club provides dynamic, smart women a place to meet likeminded professionals to collaborate, problem solve and socialize. The organization’s members include attorneys, costume designers, doctors, writers and almost every profession in between. This career diversity provides a wealth of resources and ensures things never get boring. For more information, please visit http://www.wecftl.com.
About Broward Women’s Alliance
Broward Women's Alliance is a premier women's networking organization, dedicated to promoting opportunities and acceptance of women in positions of leadership; to acknowledge the accomplishments of women and to provide support and encouragement for professional development and community enhancement. Visit https://browardwomensalliance.wildapricot.org for more information.
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