Women’s Power Networking is hosting its second annual Women Helping Women Expo fundraiser June 10, 2010, in support of Striving for More, a 501(c)3 nonprofit that provides emotional and spiritual care for children with cancer and their families.
About the Event
The 2010 expo will feature 80+ locally owned women’s businesses and will be held Thursday, June 10 at the Wake County Shrine Club at 6015 Lead Mine beginning at 5:00pm. There will be a wonderful selection of raffle items valued at $50+ to help raise funds as well. Raffle tickets are $1.00 each or 25 tickets for $20.
“I’m very excited that Women’s Power Networking: Coffee and Contacts has chosen Striving for More.” said Diane Moore, Founder and President of Striving for More and a member of the Morrisville chapter of Coffee and Contacts. “This partnership truly demonstrates how women working together with the community can accomplish great and wonderful things. I am very thankful and moved by everything the organization’s members are doing to support our mission to help children with cancer.”
Entry tickets are $10. Attendees and the public will be able to purchase entry and raffle tickets at the event, online at Eventbrite.com, as well as from members of Women’s Power Networking: Coffee and Contacts chapter members.
Members of the community have the opportunity to help sponsor the event as well as donate raffle items. Sponsorships run $100, $300, $500, $1000 with the grand sponsorship at $5000. More information on sponsorships is available on the expo website.
ABOUT WOMENS POWER NETWORKING
Women’s Power Networking is a North Carolina based women’s business group with 16 chapters in the Triangle area with over 250 active members. Our goal is to support women and help them grow personally and professionally.
ABOUT STRIVING FOR MORE
Striving for More is a Triangle-based nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring that children with cancer and their families receive quality emotional and spiritual support. The organization was founded by Diane Moore in 2008 after her nine-year-old daughter, Colleen, lost her battle with cancer. During her daughter’s illness, Diane found that emotional and spiritual support services for children with cancer are under-funded, particularly when hospitals are competing for limited resources. Striving for More is dedicated to encouraging and funding quality psychosocial services, so that every child with cancer receives the critical support they need. For more information, please visit www.striving4more.org.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT
Women’s Power Networking – Eileen Batson – Batson Group Marketing and PR – 919.327.5021 or Email Eileen
Striving for More – Diane Moore – 919.339.1214