Throughout 2014 we were honored to support and acknowledge notable charities in the Philadelphia Community. Here’s a quick recap of 2014 BCA Charity Spotlights.
ALS Association represented by Ellyn Phillips at the April Hospitality Breakfast. Ellyn shared her touching story dealing with ALS. Her husband was afflicted with the disease and she made it her mission to spread the word and seek support.
Hope Partnership for Education represented by Sister Rose Martin at the June Hospitality Breakfast. Sister Rose shined light on the children in the area struggling to make a better future. Our speaker Jamie Clarke made a donation from stage.
Coaches vs Cancer partnered with Gibbons March Madness event. We’re looking forward to a wonderful relationship between the folks at Coaches vs Cancer and BCA, and helping them to spread their mission.
Legacy Treatment Services represented by Roy Leitstein at the October Hospitality Breakfast. Roy shared with us a touching story of overcoming the odds with perseverance, hope, and crucial relationships along the way.
In honor of #GivingTuesday we hope that you are moved to contribute to your favorite charities in the area. “Philanthropy is a personal choice” – Stewart Anmuth, Kistler Tiffany Benefits
In addition to these noted charities please Click Here to see how Mary Pat Kessler of BCA is progressing with her campaign to raise funding and awareness for the loss of two loved ones and the Gift of Life Family House.
Please Click Here if you would like to learn more about City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program and Lauren Dewitsky of BCA and her involvement as a member of the Advisory Council.